Douglas Dare tour rescheduled for 2022!
After his debut Whelm in 2014, Douglas Dare proved again in 2016 with the much darker Aforger that he knows his musical craft. Since then, things have continued to climb: in 2017, he was invited to contribute a reinterpretation of Dance Me to the End of Love to the Leonard Cohen exhibition A Crack in Everything at the Contemporary Art Museum of Montréal, currently on view at the Jewish Museum in New York, and from September 2020 at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco. In 2018, he accepted an invitation from Robert Smith with a performance at his Meltdown Festival at the Southbank Centre, London, and the following year he performed with Anna Calvi at the David Lynch-curated Manchester International Festival. In 2020, the Brit returned to the spotlight with his 3rd album Milkteeth, released on Erased Tapes.
Dare's music speaks of his own experiences with universal themes of love, loss and childhood. Most importantly, it creates a sanctuary for those who feel lost and gives a voice to those of us who feel different or out of place. Whether singing of the pain of those in the Irish Magdalene Laundries as on Whelm, describing his coming out to his parents on Aforger or coming to terms with the isolation of his own childhood as on Milkteeth, Dare does it all with a candour and sincerity that is specific to him and a clear vision of his simple but distinctive sound.
Friday, March 4
Doors: 7 pm / Start: 8 pm
Some notes on attending the event
- The 2G plus rule applies to attendance at this event: this includes proof of double vaccination protection (the second vaccination must be more than 14 days ago and proof must be provided via QR code) or your recovery (within the last 6 months); in addition, proof of a booster vaccination or a certified daily negative test (max. 24 hours old) is required.
- In addition, the wearing of an FFP-2 mask and a distance obligation apply.
- Please prefer to use the online ticket sales and have your ticket, ID and proof of vaccine/test ready for admission in order to keep the waiting time as short as possible.
- We also ask you to pay attention to signposting, directions and to wash or disinfect your hands regularly and only sneeze or cough into the crook of your arm.
- Visitors with cold symptoms and those who have had contact with a person suffering from COVID-19 in the last few days are asked to stay at home for their own protection and that of others. Guests who are not prepared to accept our precautions will unfortunately have to leave.
- We recommend using the federal government's Corona-Warn-App.