InTransit Festival of Arts 2013

The Ballad of Skinny Lattes and Vintage Clothing

When: Saturday 20 July, at 2pm and 7.30pm. Sunday 21 July, at 2pm and 7.30pm

Where: Trellick Tower, Golborne Road, W10

Tickets: Free to residents of Trellick Tower. Booking essential. Early bird tickets £10 (if booked before 23 June) and £15 (if booked after 23 June and on the door). Book your tickets here.

A 'Skinny Vintage' printed note"From Wall St to High St"

The Ballad of Skinny Lattes and Vintage Clothing' is a six-movement "noise opera"; a satire that charts the rise of a Revolutionary Middle Class as it struggles to regain control of its' local neighbourhood from a mythical Zionist cabal of global banking corporations. It is a story of gentrification, anti-semitism and austerity and how the financial and political turmoils of the 1930s have come back to haunt us...

The project begins with a three week residency to gather images and sounds of urban development from local residents and culminates in a performance and temporary exhibition in an abandoned underground car park.

The NeoFuturist Collective consists of a group of artists who have come together to celebrate urban noise in all its visual and aural forms. 

Fruit for the Apocalypse are a producing artist collective who focus on live art, theatre and new music which responds to found spaces and environments.