The Rugby Club, Falmouth. 6 performers of hard industrial techno, with live coding, synths performances and DJ sets. Huge sound system and visual projection mapping. Channelling the European clubbing experience, in aid of Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders).
The Jacobs Ladder, Falmouth. Live musicians, from Hurdy Gurdy, blues guitar, to improvised neo-classical piano. DJ sets of ranging from jazz, to punk to techno, alongside live visuals. There was also art work and films being exhibited. This was in aid of Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders).
The Fish Factory, Penryn. A 10 minute interactive installation, 180° visuals and 360° sound, 1 person at a time. Telling the story of the anthropic destruction of the earth, with a surrounding event offering some solutions to the individual and communal action we can take. Sustainable energy, permaculture and veganism, activism and community. Vegan food, discussions and a DJ set to end the night. In aid of Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders).
The Fish Factory, Penryn. 5 live electronic performances, interactive visuals, art prints and poetry exhibited. In aid of refugee charity SOS Bless Chai, people gave clothing donations as payment for entry.
The Jacobs Ladder, Falmouth. 3 DJ’s, global dance music, focusing especially on Latin Jazz. Painting, prints and poetry exhibited, as well as a interactive poetry installation. In aid of Caledonian Forest conservation and replanting scheme, Trees For Life.