EXPERIENCE WHEN SAINTS GO MACHINE IN A NEW, STAGED FRAMEWORK AT THE BETTY NANSEN THEATRE

PUBLISHED MONDAY 18.3.2019

On Saturday 11 May, the Danish band will be staged in a special concert format. The show is the third in a series of collaborations between Betty Nansen Theatre and Roskilde Festival. Tickets available 22 March.

A cobalt-blue cotton field with floating tulips makes up the stage design for Danish band When Saints Go Machine’s electronic melancholy when they visit Betty Nansen Theatre for a special staged concert.

This happens on Saturday 11 May in the scenography for the play I ET FORHOLD (‘in a relationship’).

The concert with When Saints Go Machine, who played at Roskilde Festival in 2018, is part of a collaboration between Betty Nansen Theatre and Roskilde Festival: staged concerts let music and theatre clash in new, unpredictable ways. Each concert takes place in a new stage design with a new artist, all directed by Betty Nansen Theater's artistic director, Elisa Kragerup.

The ambition is to create a new type of concert experience where music and theatre come together in new, unpredictable meetings. The performing musicians are moved out of their comfort zone, and the stage design is used in another context.

If you would like to see When Saint Go Machine in concert in this special framework, then be ready when the tickets become available on Friday 22 March at 10:00 via bettynansen.dk. Ticket price: DKK 250 incl. fee. For students: DKK 175 incl. fee.