Tenth edition of the festival takes place between 9–11 August
Full of Noises festival will be bringing new music and sound art to the Furness Peninsula between 9–11 August 2019. The tenth anniversary event offers a weekend programme of freshly commissioned works, talks, installations and workshops from local and international composers, musicians and sound artists.
Taking place in Barrow-in-Furness, special events include Tim Shaw and Lee Patterson presenting work related to a residency at the South Walney Nature Reserve, and Kelly Jayne Jones premiering a new work inspired by Cumbria’s musical stones alongside artists Ola Szmidt, Sarah Kenchington, ORE and Ringmind. The sound art golf course returns to Barrow Park with new pieces from Domestic Science, Furness Model Railway Club, Sam Underwood, Sarah Kenchington, Chiz Turnross, Nicki McCubbing, and John Hall & Chris Dennett. There will also be a chance to print your own special tenth anniversary Full of Noises shirt.
More artists are still to be announced. Tickets start from £7. Installations are free.