PJ Harvey will be performing at Roskilde Festival in Denmark next summer. Tickets for the festival, which takes place from June 29 – July 2, are available now from http://www.roskilde-festival.dk/tickets #RF16
PJ Harvey and Paul Muldoon to launch new event series
A new experimental series of ‘in conversation’ style events, pairing leading musicians with writers, is being launched by the University of St Andrews.
The series, called Soundings, will launch on 4 November with PJ Harvey appearing alongside Irish poet Paul Muldoon in an intimate event at the University’s Byre theatre.
The aim of the series – which will initially see three events taking place between November and April 2015 – is to pair together internationally-renowned figures from the worlds of music and literature that are spiritually or creatively influenced by one another.
Each event will include a short solo set by each performer, followed by an unscripted conversation between the two on their working process.
The programme is the creation of the University’s new International Writer in Residence, Reif Larson and Professor of English, Don Paterson.
For more information, please visit http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/events/soundings/
The Hollow of the Hand
London Literature Festival
Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre
9 & 10 October 2015
With design and direction by Ian Rickson, The Hollow of the Hand is an evening of poetry readings and new songs performed by PJ Harvey, and films and images presented by Seamus Murphy.
Between 2011 and 2014 PJ Harvey and Seamus Murphy set out on a series of journeys to Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Washington, D.C. Harvey collected words, Murphy collected pictures and together they created The Hollow of the Hand, their debut collaborative book, published by Bloomsbury this October.
Joining PJ Harvey on stage are musicians John Parish and James Johnston.
Tickets available now from http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whatson/the-hollow-of-the-hand-93266
Today we reveal the cover art for The Hollow of the Hand, the highly anticipated book by PJ Harvey and photographer Seamus Murphy.