Manchester Camerata plays Twin Peaks
Posted on October 16, 2019
An evening of mystery, intrigue and cherry pie cocktails
Thursday 31 October, 2019, 7.30 pm, Yes, Manchester
“I have no idea where this will lead us, but I have a definite feeling it will be a place both wonderful and strange.” Dale Cooper
This Halloween join Manchester Camerata for this very special show, when the Pink Room at YES will be transformed into the Black Lodge, a key location in the twisty Twin Peaks plot.
An eleven-piece ensemble will perform Angelo Badalamenti’s evocative score, which underpinned the action of the long-running television series.
Why not dress up as your favourite character (or maybe just bring a log), and let the music transport you to that small logging town in Washington, in an evening where anything could happen? Who knows – we might even conjure up the spirit of BOB!
Cherry pie cocktails will be available to enhance the Twin Peaks’ experience.
David Lynch’s Twin Peaks became an instant cult classic when it was first broadcast in 1990, when the burning question “Who killed Laura Palmer” was on everyone’s lips. Kyle MacLachlan, played troubled FBI agent Dale Cooper, sent to solve a murder, in a seemingly ordinary town where, it turns out, nothing is quite what it seems.