KEVIN CARR: AN AUDIENCE WITH MARCO POLO

Kevin Carr: An Audience with Marco Polo

Kevin Carr: An Audience with Marco Polo

part of Arches LIVE 2014

Thu 2 - Fri 3 Oct 2014 | 6 - 6.30pm | £8/£6 (Festival Pass £32/£26 | Day Pass £18/£12)

Tales of wonder, songs from distant lands, poor technical assistance, and one hell of a party.

Enter the cabaret venue deep inside the palace of the Kublai Khan, as Marco and his band, unably assisted by his illiterate biographer, Rustichello, take you on the journey of a lifetime. A journey laden with danger. A journey so epic it will be written about down through the ages. A journey across a city where the streets are paved with gold and grandeur. A journey through… Glasgow.

Directed by Eve Nicol. Dramaturged by Michael Pannikou. Performed by Ryan Paterson and Kevin Carr.

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FULL PROGRAMME FOR THURSDAY 2 & FRIDAY 3 OCTOBER

11am-late (every day) Rob Jones – AARG! & Kate Gallagher: American Aparel [Foyer]
5pm-6pm (Friday only) Arches LIVE Launch with the Arches Community Choir [Foyer]
from 6pm Alex Mackay & Alex Lunn: (Why) Does It Make Me Feel (So) Good? (every 20mins, last slot 9.20pm) [Store]
6pm-6.30pm Kevin Carr: An Audience with Marco Polo [Basement 3]
6pm-7pm Aby Watson & Alex Horowitz: There’s No Point Crying Over Spilt Milk [Studio]
from 6.15pm Thu / from 4pm Fri Ellie Dubois: Ringside (every 20 mins, last slot 7.45pm) [Arch 6]
6.50-7.05pm Thur / 8.15 – 8.30pm Fri Dylan McCaughtry: Summoning Swayze [Sub Basement]
7.15pm-8pm Jack Webb: Inside Opulence [Playroom]
7.15pm-8pm Louise Ahl & Fritz Welch: Cloud Mushrooms [Practice Room]
8.10pm-8.30pm (Friday 3) Drew Taylor & Julia Doogan: HOWL(ish) [Cafe Bar]
8.40pm-9.30pm Sita Pieraccini: Make a Hoo [Studio]

Tickets on sale Monday 8 September

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