Roundhouse Summer Sessions: Kid Koala - Nufonia Must Fall Live

Roundhouse Summer Sessions: Kid Koala - Nufonia Must Fall Live

The Roundhouse presents a major new multi-arts festival for summer 2014; Roundhouse Summer Sessions, which will take place this July and August in an intimate, table-seated setting and on Monday 18 August Kid Koala brings his Nufonia Must Fall - Live, to London.

An incredible team of puppeteers will bring the characters of Kid Koala’s graphic novel to life using miniature sets built to recreate each scene from the book. Under the direction of KK Barrett (Her, Where the Wild Things Are), the performance will be cinematically lit, filmed, and projected on a large screen and Kid Koala, accompanied by the Afiara String Quartet, will perform his original score on piano and turntable.

Tickets on sale from the Roundhouse website.

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