Get ready to dive into the world of Elijah's yellow squares in a full 360 immersive experience. Join us on Friday 1 December for Make The Ting Live 360 and experience them like never seen before. Don't miss out; catch this new, exclusive gig, for one night only!
Elijah (former Lighthouse Associate Artistic Director, 2017-2018) is a DJ, Producer, Writer and Artist Manager from London primarily operating in the Electronic Music and Grime space. Over the past two years, he's been sharing his 15 years of experience working across the creative sector in short notes known as the Yellow Squares across Instagram and Twitter. This has developed into a series of lectures on creativity around the globe, and an album with Grime MC Jammz, which distills the messages into eight high-energy songs. They wrote it and recorded it in seven days and the performance will explore the lyrics, the process of making it, and how you can think about making your own 'tings' in 360 surround video.
Expect an unusual hybrid between live performance, art installation and lecture, made in collaboration with two members of Lighthouse Young Creatives (LYC), a six-month development programme for young people 16-25 facing barriers to the creative industries. A one-night-only experience. You don't want to miss it!
Part of TOM’s immersive gig season - live music and 360 degrees of digital projections for audiences to experience gigs in a whole new way. Find out more here.
- Friday, 1 December 2023
- 19:15 - 22:00
- The Old Market, Upper Market Street, Hove, BN3 1AS (map)
Age: 16+ only
Join us for this unforgettable experience of Make The Ting and see Elijah's yellow squares in a completely new light.
Presented by The Old Market and Lighthouse
A photo of TOM's immersive gig space, tested earlier this year.
The setup for these gigs will see the auditorium of TOM wrapped in 360 degrees of digital art, all shown by FUJI Z series projectors. This experience will allow audience members to feel fully immersed in the experience.
Pictures above were taken during TOM's series of gigs with Halina Rice earlier this year. Photos by Chloe Hashemi.