The Lost and Found Orchestra at Brighton Dome

Charlotte Smith17th Dec 2012

Orchestra of everyday objects performs Christmas shows from December 20 to 29

The Lost and Found Orchestra at Brighton Dome
The Lost and Found Orchestra at Brighton Dome
The Lost and Found Orchestra at Brighton Dome
The Lost and Found Orchestra at Brighton Dome
The Lost and Found Orchestra at Brighton Dome
The Lost and Found Orchestra at Brighton Dome

The Lost and Found Orchestra returns to Brighton Dome from December 20 to 29 (excluding December 24, 25 and 26) with a special run of Christmas shows.

The brainchild of STOMP co-founders Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, The Lost and Found Orchestra is an original symphonic experience that sees everyday objects turned into a multitude of invented instruments. Using everything from musical saws and bottles to traffic cones and rope ladders, every section of a symphony orchestra is represented.

Six years on from its world premiere performance at the Brighton Festival in 2006, The Lost and Found Orchestra features a mix of veteran STOMP performers, classical musicians, physical comedians and chorus.

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All photos © Steve McNicholas

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