Sensoria 2016 returns 1-8 October with an eclectic and interactive programme of film screenings and live music.
This year Sensoria boasts special screenings of Stefan Schwietert’s documentary ‘Imagine Waking Up Tomorrow And All Music Has Disappeared’ and the northern premiere of ‘Don’t Blink’ — the portrait of photographer and filmmaker Robert Frank. It also features a marathon of acclaimed BBC series ‘Our Friends In The North’ with special guests Christopher Eccleston and Peter Flannery.
Watch the trailer for ‘Imagine Waking Uo Tomorrow And All Music Has Disappeared’ below:
It will also be hosting the UK’s first SynthFest, a rare and intimate live show from electronic band Blancmange, NEU! founder Michael Rother with support from French electro artist Colder and a set from psychedelic rock band Hookworms. The festival’s main music event entails Richard Hawley, John Grant and Bill Ryder-Jones each performing stripped back acoustic sets across three intimate venues all in the same night.
Full line-up announced so far:
Angela Hewitt, Bill Ryder-Jones, Blancmange, Colder, Ex Easter Island Head, Hookworms, John Grant, L’effondras, Michael Rother, Near Future, Richard Hawley, Stems, These Gangs, Wild Beasts.
Sensoria takes place across Sheffield on 1-8 October. Tickets are now available.