Reactor Halls is a new flexible project space that will oscillate between hosting live, public events and housing Reactor’s ongoing collection of work.
Events will occur on an intermittent basis, accumulating to provide an insight into Reactor’s ongoing and expanded interests, as well as allowing the group to collaborate with artists on an alternative strand of activity.
As well as staging episodes within the series themselves, Reactor will invite guest curators to programme various types of events with an initial focus on performance and live music.
New season coming in Autumn 2013
Reactor Halls E05: AAS present Circle of Fifths
Art group AAS curate a night of drone based music featuring Samekhmem, Graham Dunning, Hexachordal and Phillip Henderson. Read more ...
Reactor Halls E04: Terry’s Back Passage (Reboot) Compèred by Eǝrth Rod
Terry’s Back Passage is a no holds barred open-mic-style session compèred by Eǝrth Rod. Read more ...
Reactor Halls E03: Daniel Oliver presents Live Art Dogging
A rough and raucous evening of intimate and interactive one-to-one performances played out in front of an audience of inter-passive voyeurs. Read more ...
Reactor Halls E02: Curated by Pil and Galia Kollectiv
Featuring mildly grating communist boxheads WE, horror hurdy-hog folk from Swine-thing and the ecstatic med-evil dance of the Dancing Plague of 1518. Read more ...
Reactor Halls E01: Reactor’s 10th Birthday Party
Reactor turned 10 years old and we decided to celebrate with a twisted 10-year-old’s birthday party. Read more ...
‘For the ladies: Come and see the sex god. And for the guys: Come and do better or I'll take you outside and you can beat me up’, said Roger.
In between the acts, Eǝrth Rod made a series of peeing jokes, which drove me crazy to the point where I heckled him.
As part of the 'inaugural event' for Reactors new art space, I think Reactor Halls is off to a bloody good start.
A triple bill of musical Communism, pestilence and perversity.
Woke up with a vague memory of an invasion of dancing medieval beasts and a robotic love cult.
A Jimmy Savile piñata Reactor - liquid gold.