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Danusia Samal: Busking It at Shoreditch Town Hall

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Time 20:00
Date 20/10/18
Price £15

Inspired by ten years of busking on the London underground, Danusia Samal's optimistic gig theatre show gives us a glimpse into the weird world of street music.

Dates and Times: Tue 09 - Sat 20 Oct, 20:00.

Busking wasn’t Danusia’s first choice of job as a teenager, but a decade of singing to strangers has taught her to see the city anew. She takes us on an autobiographical journey through the London Underground, blending theatre, spoken word, original music and soul covers, with influences including Nina Simone, Sam Cook and Amy Winehouse.

An optimistic show about how, amidst the loneliness of the city, music might help us make change come.

"Gig theatre doesn't come more authentic than this” - The Scotsman

"Samal teaches us that we are more than how much money people throw at our feet" - Fest Magazine

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COMPETITION: Win 1x pair of tickets to attend Danusia Samal: Busking It at Shoreditch Town Hall at 20:00 on Saturday 13 October. To enter the competition, send an email to vienna@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ line. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: Which computer pioneer hated all forms of street music, especially organ-grinders, and in the 1860s ran a campaign to ban them?
A: .1) Tim Berners-Lee .2) Konrad Zuse .3) Charles Babbage .4) Alan Turing