Ms Kitteridge & Bok Choy is a new jazz and experimental music series in an unlikely space adding to the music scene of Dulwich Hill with a theatrical edge.


Strange Sounds from the Sports Bar

LRT’s 23 years of exploring mental health, trauma, violence, climate change and denial culminate in a concert with three long time collaborators Alister Spence, Mary Rapp & Alexandra Spence.

Set within a theatrical setting, immerse yourself in an evening of electronic and acoustic sounds, field recordings and virtuosic musicianship as the three artists create an incredible aural landscape from the works from the LRT back catalogue.

Including works from I Love Todd Sampson, Lola Stayed Too Long, Black Crows Invaded Our Country and the foul of the air. The evening concludes with an improvisation alongside a Lawrence English commission.

Alister Spence – prepared piano and samples
Mary Rapp – cello, double bass and voice
Alexandra Spence – field recordings, tapes and amplified objects

This event will bring audiences into an environment of the ear; an auditory journey into the realities of social justice to reveal an insightful musical embodiment of denial and a pathway for change.

Ms Kitteridge & Bok Choy – curated by Michelle St Anne, The Living Room Theatre

The series includes innovative collaborations between LRT sonic artists and some new faces. All in the comfort of your local Sports Bar with affordable food & beverage.Special thanks to our generous supporters: The Gladstone Hotel & Kawai 

Wednesday 2 August | 6.30PM
The Gladstone Hotel, Dulwich Hill