Clocks 1888: the greener

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Hingorani, D. 2016. Clocks 1888: the greener. Brolly Productions. doi:10.15123/DATA.00000197
AuthorsHingorani, D.
Abstract

Video recording the performance of 'Clocks 1888: the greener'.

Our innovative new opera places a mixed race migrant girl centre stage and opens the borders of opera by drawing in the Asian classical tradition, music hall and musical theatre set against a digitally animated design.

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CC BY-NC-ND
Data type
Video
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File Access Level
Anyone
Year2016
PublisherBrolly Productions
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.15123/DATA.00000197
FunderArts Council England
Hackney Empire
Cast
Kaye Pemberton Charitable Trust
British Museum
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Resolution: 1280 × 720
File size: 2.564GB
Duration: 1:31:12

Filming primarily took place at Cast, Doncaster.

Publication dates
Online15 Apr 2016
Copyright information© 2016 Brolly Productions
Additional information

Performances:

Cast Theatre, Doncaster: 15th & 16th April 2016
Hackney Empire, London: 20th, 21st, 22nd April 2016

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