Stealing Sheep’s WOW Machine
Liverpool electro-pop trio Stealing Sheep present a theatrical-musical-dance-art spectacular.
25 Oct 2019 @ 23:00pm
The Arts Centre Edge Hill University
Liverpool electro-pop trio Stealing Sheep present a theatrical-musical-dance-art spectacular, in tribute to the electronic music pioneer Delia Derbyshire. With technical wizardry from experimental performance producers The Kazimier. Expect a mechanical light-up stage, sci-f sunglasses, robotic dance choreography, live music and sparkly suits.
“It is flawless. The show flows seamlessly, a blend of slow and up-tempo songs each one presented with an attention to detail that most bands around at the moment can only dream of.” – Graham Smillie for Planet Slop in reviewing Stealing Sheep in March 2018, also at Edge Hill, read the full review here.
“You really couldn’t have found a more perfect act than Stealing Sheep. Though regulars at most events in the city, it is always interesting to see what they will come up with.” Shaun Ponsonby for Planet Slop in reviewing Stealing Sheep in November 2018, read the full review here.
“Stealing Sheep are one of those bands where different thoughts enter your head every time you see them. Tonight I’m thinking purely of the music. Although easy to define as an electronic band, there is a kaleidoscope of influences present.” Shaun Ponsonby for Planet Slop in reviewing Stealing Sheep in December 2018, read the full review here.
Get to know the band a little better and revisit our interview with Stealing Sheep here.
Tickets: £10 / £8 concessions / £5 EHU Students
Free for EHU Students with Arts Centre Membership
View Brian Sayle’s photo gallery from Stealing Sheep’s last visit to Edge Hill below.