Monday 26 June 2023

Making a big noise: through the noise announces expansion of its crowd-funded noisenights

Audience at noisenight nine (Photo: Evie Redfern)
Audience at noisenight nine (Photo: Evie Redfern)

After two years of sold-out shows, through the noise announced that they are expanding their crowdfunded classical gigs to 22 venues across the UK. By the end of the year it is expected that over 25,000 people will have been to a noisenight after growing demand from a young fanbase

This Autumn’s newly announced line-up features Fatma Said, Manchester Collective, Abel Selaocoe & The Bantu Ensemble, Alexandra Whittingham, Misha Mullov-Abbado, Thibaut Garcia, Lodestar Trio, Junyan Chen, Braimah Kanneh-Mason and Jeneba Kanneh-Mason. Among the venues hosting classical shows for the first time are Camden’s iconic KOKO, the Tyneside warehouse where Stephenson’s Rocket was built, and a wind turbine factory in Liverpool’s dockside.

This is a significant milestone for the community-led organisation, which began less than two years ago in grassroots venues around London. Building on the success of their sold-out tour last year with Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Harry Baker, through the noise are now launching regular noisenights in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool, Birkenhead, Newcastle, Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Brighton and London. Between October and December through the noise will take no less than five projects on tour around the UK.

Full details from through the noise's website

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