Live performance by Samm Anga invoking choral music, deconstructed dub and responsive visuals.
Samm Anga is a Nigerian-born composer, music producer, singer, performer and filmmaker based in both Scotland and Medway.
Performing live at the Historic Dockyard Chatham, he presents a series of ambient works set to the theme of water. Harmonic, hollow and organic, it evokes elements of choral music and deconstructed dub with interludes of responsive visuals. Come and see this unique and ethereal show live at the Mess Deck from a homegrown talent.
There will be two performances on the same evening: 7pm and 8pm.
Booking is essential via the ‘Get tickets’ link above.
Photo credits: Neil Jarvie, Jared Cameron and Eleanor Macdonald.
This free performance is suitable for all ages. There are plenty of toilets at the Mess Deck, including disabled.
There is ground floor access with ramps at the entrance and exit leading into the Mess Deck. This performance is seated.
The Historic Dockyard Chatham has a main free visitor car park at the front of the site. This includes disabled parking within easy reach of the admission point, please display your Blue Badge clearly if you have one. There is a bus stop at the Dockyard and also the nearby Dockside Outlet Shopping Centre.