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PREVIOUS PERFORMANCES – 2013

8th Nov 2014, 20:00Venue: St Leo's - HASTINGSLondon Road, St Leonard's on Sea, Hastings, East Sussex
Programme: Anatomy of the Piano - UK SUMMER DATES 2014

Pianist, composer and all-round entertaining guy, Will Pickvance is touring the UK to dissect the piano for his audience's listening pleasure - dates are from May through till September.

Playing the piano and exaggerating the truth, Pickvance takes his pupils on a historical anatomy lesson in Anatomy of the Piano, a lab of sorts whereby he dissects the physical, emotional and spiritual anatomy of the instrument, and explores the relationship between piano and pianist: both equally temperamental, both largely redundant without the other.

The sweet, fanciful and sometimes comical style of Anatomy of the Piano exudes an intellectual charisma as Pickvance takes audiences on a historical anatomy lesson and traces the piano's ancestors all the way back to Neanderthal caveman times to suggest that an Upright and Grand may have actually copulated to create a Baby Grand.

Nominated for the 2013 Brighton Fringe Emerging Talent Award with Anatomy of the Piano, Pickvance, aided only with his trusted and beloved piano, will deliver the show in what he describes as a "one-man pantomime alternative: part piano recital -- part horse-play".

In the stand-up-come-classical-concert-come-medical lecture of Anatomy of the Piano, Pickvance delivers a performance that will lift spirits and is undoubtedly one of the most original offerings this year!

"Very funny this man is the Will PIckvance of his generation" - Dylan Moran
"Brilliant pianist, charming host" - Scotsman
"A lot of fun, underpinned by a serious talent" - The List
"As sharp an entertainer as youre likely to see" - Western Australian