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World première of Rime of the Ancient Mariner by The Tiger Lillies

On Friday 16 March, at la Maison de la musique de Nanterre, just outside of Paris, we première our newest show Rime of the Ancient Mariner, a 90-minute musical adaptation of ST Coleridge's famous poem. The show runs in Nanterre for 3 days and will then go on to tour to Sète, Nîmes and then all around the world.

This multimedia production was born of the collaboration between the band and visual artist Mark Holthusen. Throughout the performance, the audience will be immersed in the world of Coleridge’s surreal ballad, shifting from song to song to enjoy a show that is somewhere between a baroque stage and a paper theatre. Multi-screen animation and other fancy stage tricks work together to create a unique musical experience that’s as quirky and unexpected as the world we've created for ourselves.

See a sneak peek of a video of the show here

and for behind the scenes and more images from the show visit: The ROAM Blog here.

Come and join us in Paris for this world première! See the 'tour' section of the site for ticket details.

On Friday 16 March, at la Maison de la musique de Nanterre, just outside of Paris, we première our newest show Rime of the Ancient Mariner, a 90-minute musical adaptation of ST Coleridge's famous poem. The show runs in Nanterre for 3 days and will then go on to tour to Sète, Nîmes and then all around the world.

This multimedia production was born of the collaboration between the band and visual artist Mark Holthusen. Throughout the performance, the audience will be immersed in the world of Coleridge’s surreal ballad, shifting from song to song to enjoy a show that is somewhere between a baroque stage and a paper theatre. Multi-screen animation and other fancy stage tricks work together to create a unique musical experience that’s as quirky and unexpected as the world we've created for ourselves.

See a sneak peek of a video of the show here

and for behind the scenes and more images from the show visit: The ROAM Blog here.

Come and join us in Paris for this world première! See the 'tour' section of the site for ticket details.

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