Lydia Lunch moves into Salford’s Islington Mill for two weeks
Lydia Lunch is set to move in to Salford’s Islington Mill art space next month as part of the Samarbeta artist-in-residence programme. She and her regular collaborator Weasel Walter of The Flying Luttenbachers will be working there between 24 October–5 November. During their residency Lunch will host two workshops called From The Page To The Stage, with Walter running a third workshop called The Art Of Improvisation. In addition, Lunch’s residency includes live performances on 27 and 31 October, and 3 November.
Previous residencies on the Samarbeta programme included Charles Hayward, Swaggerjack and Ex Easter Island Head. More information on Lunch's residency can be found here.