Celebrating the 15th anniversary of KINOTEKA Polish Film Festival, the Polish Cultural Institute in London and the Barbican Centre present a unique, specially commissioned show by much loved art rock sextet British Sea Power playing live to the screenings of some of the best animation shorts from Poland. The favourites of Benedict Cumberbatch, Daniel Radcliffe and Peter Capaldi, British Sea Power will take you on a personal journey through their own selection of Polish animations they themselves admire, including Rybczyński’s Tango, Szczechura’s Journey, Schabenbeck’s Stairs, Dumała’s Little Black Riding Hood, Oraczewska’s Banquet and Borowczyk’s School. The event coincides with the premiere of British Sea Power’s long-awaited new album, Let The Dancers Inherit The Party followed by a UK tour, including a London gig on 12 April 2017 at O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire.
British Sea Power are:
Yan Scott Wilkinson – vocals/guitar
Neil Hamilton Wilkinson – vocals/bass/guitar
Martin Noble – guitar/keyboards
Matthew Wood – drums
Abi Fry – viola/keyboards
Phil Sumner – keyboards/cornet/guitar
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