Lyra Pramuk

Friday 27 May, 10.00pm

Adnams Spiegeltent

Tickets: £7.50 - £16.00

 

Due to unforeseen circumstances Lyra Pramuk has had to cancel her UK tour, so this event is no longer happening.
Now performing on Friday 27 May in the Adnams Spiegeltent is WOOM.


 

Lyra Pramuk fuses classical vocalism, pop sensibilities, performance practices and contemporary club culture in what can best be described as futurist folk music. Her debut album Fountain was released in 2020 on Bedroom Community.

Created entirely from her own voice, although often shaped and structured by electronics, Fountain is an emotional, sensual, and devotional journey. The title is derived from her family name, Pramuk, which is related to the Czech word for ‘well spring’ or ‘fountain.’ Often wordless, these songs evoke a new wholeness sustained by the ritual force of drowning, immersion, cleansing, and bathing – also referred to in the album artwork by acclaimed visual artist Donna Huanca. Fountain plays with the perception of music, rhythms, speech, body, and the relation between technology and humanity, exploring a post-human, non-binary understanding of life and the fragile ecosystems it depends on. The work documents a healing that is still in process, and a full circle-moment that reunited Lyra with her sound engineer twin brother, Ben, for the final mix, which they completed in tandem.

Lyra is based in Berlin, Germany.

Important information

Venue: Adnams Spiegeltent

Age guidance: 14+ (to comply with licencing laws, 14 – 17yrs must be accompanied by a responsible adult)

Duration: 60 Minutes

Tickets

Tickets: £16.00

Concessions: 10% off tickets priced £10 or over for D/deaf or disabled, Full-time students, Go 4Less cardholders, Jobseekers and Over 60s

Under 18: £7.50

Essential Companions: Any audience member requiring an essential carer/companion can get one free ticket. Relevant discounts or concessions still apply to the paid ticket.

Young NNF: £7.50 tickets for ages 18-25 with our FREE YoungNNF membership. Sign up here

Image Credit: Lyra Pramuk © Joseph Kadow

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