Collision started life in 1928 as an irreverent, Dada-esque opera libretto by German artist Kurt Schwitters. With a strange Green Globe on course to collide with Earth, the end of the world is nigh, and panic is rife on the streets of Berlin. Part absurdist science-fiction and part sultry cabaret, Collision was Schwitters' first and only foray into the opera world and it was never performed at the time. In 2017 Spectra Ensemble will be recreating Collision as a fully-staged 'comic opera in banalities' set to new cabaret and jazz-influenced music by Lewis Coenen-Rowe.

Wednesday 24 and Thursday 25 May 2017

Greenwood Theatre
55 Weston Street, London, SE1 3RA


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