[CLOSED]: L’Orchestre D'Hommes-Orchestres

Posted on
07.03.16

Q Theatre and 95bFM present Quebec's insanely talented L’orchestre d’hommes-orchestres (‘The one-man-band band’).

Fresh from performances at the NZ Festival, and using the colourful repertoire of American music icon Tom Waits as their playground, L'orchestre pay tribute to such songs as ‘I Don’t Wanna Grow Up’, ‘Chocolate Jesus’, ‘Big Black Mariah’, ‘Dirt in the Ground’, ‘Rains on Me’, ‘Underground’, ‘I’ll Shoot the Moon’ and ‘All the World Is Green’.

This four-man band of one-man bands plunges audiences head-first into an entertainment spectacle that is more carnival show and musical circus than plain old concert. Using nearly 100 objects and invented instruments on stage they create madcap scenes to reconstruct the world of Tom Waits.

Mixing styles and adapting arrangements, these multi-instrumentalists perform with banjos, turkey basters, dominoes, spoons, tea cups, a pistol, bells, balloons, bottles and many more.

We have a double pass to L’orchestre d’hommes-orchestres performs Tom Waits to give away (for either the 22nd, 23rd, or the 24th March performance). To be in to win, simply subscribe to our newsletter below (if you're already subscribed, you can still enter!)

 

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