Future Events

2014 

Monday 15th September, Juice & David Thomas Broughton – UK TOUR
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Juice and David Thomas Broughton present the live version of their new collaborative album, Sliding The Same Way (Song By Toad Records), exploring improvised vocals and looping alongside David’s uniquely theatrical style. Spanning the hymnal to human beatbox, discord to angelic harmony, with lyrical themes displaying the weaknesses of men via rural imagery and sombre love songs, to the decline of northern industry and pub brawls.
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‘straddling the line between music hall turn and avant-garde performance artist, Broughton’s live show is not to be missed’. Mojo
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Tuesday 16th September, Juice & David Thomas Broughton – UK TOUR
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Thursday 18th September, Shrewsbury School
Maidment Auditorium, Shrewsbury School, 7.30pm – Buy tickets HERE!
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Sunday 21st September, Juice & David Thomas Broughton – UK TOUR
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Monday 22nd September, Juice & David Thomas Broughton – UK TOUR

Tuesday 23rd September, Juice & David Thomas Broughton – UK TOUR
Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

Wednesday 24th September, Juice & David Thomas Broughton – UK TOUR
Grain Barge, Bristol 

Friday 26th September, Juice & David Thomas Broughton – UK TOUR
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Saturday 27th September, Juice & David Thomas Broughton – UK TOUR
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Sunday 28th September, Juice & David Thomas Broughton – UK TOUR
4pm – £9.50
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Monday 29th September, Juice & David Thomas Broughton – UK TOUR 
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Thursday 2nd October, The Cruel Cut Fundraiser 
7pm @ Toynbee Hall & Studios
Tickets cost £100 and can be bought HERE!
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Juice are incredibly proud to be performing at The Cruel Cut event, inspired by Leyla Hussein‘s hard hitting, BAFTA nominated film of the same name. It aims to raise significant funds to help stop FGM in the UK.Funds raised from ticket sales, auction proceeds and donations will be used to train community advocates and to run workshops to educate adults, teachers and young people about the dangerous and illegal practice of FGM, and to provide counselling to survivors. The fundraising proceeds will be managed by Manor Gardens Centre in collaboration with Leyla. Manor Gardens Centre is a charity with a proven track record in running community workshops and FGM safeguarding training.Young, award winning female artists from the world of music, poetry and comedy will showcase their talent at the evening’s event at Toynbee Studios. Composer Kate Whitley, recently awarded the Borletti-Buitoni Prize 2014, and the poet Sabrina Mahfouz, nominated as a World Economic Forum Global Shaper, will perform specially commissioned works.   The vocal ensemble Juice will perform experimental classical music. Comedians Kate Smurthwaite, Ava Vidal and Sara Pascoe will follow to make you laugh.
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Thursday 6th November, Juice & Riot Ensemble 
Juice will be premiering a fantastic new piece by Ben Oliver and performing with the Riot Ensemble – exact details TBC
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Juice perform a new piece with electronics by Robert Fokkens as well as music by Peter Moran, Tarik O’Regan, Gabriel Jackson, Piers Hellawell, Luke Styles and Sally Whitwell.
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Wednesday 12th November, Cardiff University
Composition workshop with Music Department composition students
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Wednesday 26th November, Nonclassical Global Event
A Juice performance will be streamed online with twinned Nonclassical events in Sao Paulo, Zurich & Amsterdam! More info to come!
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2015

Saturday 24th January, Juice and Meinrad Iten Quartet

7.30pm @ King’s Place
Juice perform works by composer Issie Barratt with Issie and her amazing jazz ensemble.
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Sunday 15th March, University of Birmingham
Ensemble singing workshops at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts
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March, Royal Northern College of Music 
Composition workshops – exact details TBC
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Monday 27th July, Three Choirs Festival
All Saints Church, Hereford – exact details TBC
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Sunday 25th October, Minimalism Unwrapped
4pm @ King’s Place
Juice perform Scelsi’s Sauh I & II alongside works by Meredith Monk and Mikhail Karikis
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Thursday 26th November, Minimalism Unwrapped
8pm @ King’s Place
Juice perform a new work by Patrick Brennan and Andriessen’s ‘De Staat’ with Piano Circus