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29 Jan


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Sketchybeast @ Transition

January 29, 2009 | By | No Comments


A couple of weeks ago Ms Peel and the Sketchybeast asked me to take part in a street-based ‘Drawing Music’ performance for Transition, the hand-over event for Capital of Culture. We bought a car battery AC convertor from Maplins, and I brought a projector and screen. Ms Peel dressed up in a fur coat, and Chris wore a wolf’s head. The projector broke, Hannah lost her voice, and Chris just felt lonely inside his mask. It didn’t really go well at all, but we persevered. In the end it transpired we were part of an elaborate street-theatre traffic management strategy to slow the exodus of people after the Albert Dock celebration. Liverpool Stories filmed it all though and made it look better – you can see the video here.

19 Mar


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Drawing Music – Document

March 19, 2008 | By | No Comments

Video document by Tim Brunsden of the Drawing Music performance at the Bluecoat with Hannah Peel and Sketchybeast.
Sketchybeast websiteHannah Peel website Liverpool Stories

27 Dec


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Drawing Music – the Bluecoat opening weekend

December 27, 2007 | By | No Comments


My good friends Chris Rodenhurst (Sketchybeast) and Hannah Peel (Kinetic Fallacy) will be performing together on Sunday 16th March at the opening of The Bluecoat arts centre in Liverpool. Chris will be showing a slideshow about a boys journey into the mouth of a tiger(!) whilst Kinetic Fallacy provide the music, before drawing live and large to Ms Peel’s creation of loops and melodies. I will be filming this drawathon and also selling 10p raffle tickets to win some black pudding and a set of Sketchybeast postcards.More of Chris’ work can be seen at, Hannah’s music can be heard both at her own website – – and at

12 Nov


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Kinetic Fallacy Album Launch

November 12, 2006 | By | No Comments

The launch of our cd/dvd album ‘AudioVision’ at the View Two Gallery, Liverpool. Filmed by Tim Brunsden.
Kinetic Fallacy websiteLiverpool Stories