Haworth Hodgkinson in Glenbuchat

Poet and composer Haworth Hodgkinson performs a curious mix of words and sounds

Sunday 14 September 2014

Glenbuchat Hall, Glenbuchat (map)

Admission free

Review by Richie Brown

Haworth Hodgkinson presents a solo programme of his own poetry, accompanied by music from a variety of wind and percussion instruments. This show will include his first public performance on a propane cylinder tuned by Kris Orskov.

Haworth Hodgkinson

Haworth Hodgkinson

Haworth Hodgkinson is a poet and playwright, composer and improvising musician, whose work often involves collaboration with other writers, musicians, dancers and visual artists, as well as solo performances combining words and sound.

His poetry and music are largely concerned with the changing seasons in the landscape of the North of Scotland, and the lives of the people who populate this landscape.

His poetry is published in two collections, A Weakness for Mermaids (2007) and Tractor Bastard (2012), and his music can be heard on his own High Moss label.

Website: Haworth Hodgkinson

Please come early to view Isobel Gilchrist's exhibition "Of the Land", on show at the Glenbuchat Hall Bothy, as well as other artwork on show in the main hall as part of Art in the Buchat (NEOS). Exhibitions open from 11am.

Listen to Haworth Hodgkinson on the Literature Show archive, talking about his work on 9 August 2014.

Promoted by

North East Writers

Supported by

Gordon Forum for the Arts
Glenbuchat Hall

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