Everything Everything present ‘Chaos To Order,’ a week-long event in November which hosts not only a plethora of exciting dance and musical performances but notably sees the Mercury-nominated band creating new material there within the library walls.
Collecting inspiration from the building’s Grade II listed architecture, visitors can watch the band creating new compositions; perhaps even witnessing the production of tracks that may appear on their forthcoming third album.
The aim of the event is to bring in fresh audiences to the newly re-opened library, to inspire imaginations and inject some ‘chaos’ into the typical library order. One of the highlights of the week will be a live broadcast of BBC radio 6 show Radcliffe and Maconie with Everything Everything appearing as guests, alongside Elbow’s Guy Garvey and Bernard Sumner from New Order.
Some other main events include theatre performances inspired by the library’s visitors, poetry readings from novelist Emma Jane Unsworth and musician Kiran Leonard. For one week only the Central library will be transformed into a creative hub. A place usually of independent thought and study will instead become a realm of shared extraordinary experiences unlike anything else.
Chaos To Order will take place 10th-15th November.
Some events have limited capacity and tickets will need to be purchased.
Photo by Jan-Chlebik