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Poetry Recital, 12th December 2020, 17:00, Live on Zoom

3 December 2020

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Rhyme & Reason present RING OUT THE OLD, RING IN THE NEW: a twilight celebration of seasonal verse for our times. Charge your glass (or mug!) with your favourite wee dram, and join us on Zoom as we share poems of solace and celebration. From Shakes …

Online music concert inspires article for The Phycologist, No.99, Autumn 2020

30 October 2020

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In Lockdown 1, I collaborated with the Victoria Gallery & Museum (VG&M) to create a relaxed concert to reach out to their audience amidst the height of the pandemic. Blending music, painting, botany, poetry and film, Time was away and somewhere …

Songbooks and Seaweed: Learnings from creating in an unknown world.

31 July 2020

#dr-margery-knight, performancepractice, lockdown

Song and seaweed. They are not what you’d call naturally occurring. However, in my world they have occurred twice. They first came together in BurtonNitta’s, The Algae Opera (2011), where I created the role of Evalga, the algae opera singer who produce …

A playlist to soothe and inspire, as featured in The Simple Things magazine

22 July 2020

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I created a mix tape. It’s for whoever finds it and feels attracted to its playfulness. Those moments where genres bend, blend and juxtapose to… Words that soothe. Beats that groove. Tunes that propose a shimmy. Dare a toe tap. Invite a finger click. I …

Time was away and somewhere else… Friday 5 June 2020, YouTube premiere at 15:00

5 June 2020

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Culture Bite Concert Series, Victoria Gallery and Museum, Liverpool The University of Liverpool’s Department of Music and the VG&M present a new way of enjoying  ‘Relaxed Concerts’ from the comfort of your own home.  On the first Friday of each mon …

At Home with Dr. Margery Knight: An imagined conversation. Victoria Gallery and Museum, Friday 15 May 2020, online performance at 6.45pm

15 May 2020

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LightNight is Liverpool’s free one-night arts festival where over 100 organisations open their doors to share world-class culture in the form of events, performances, talk and workshops. This year the festival has gone online. The theme is HOME which h …