You, me or the Wallpaper

Sue Rynhart portrait, cross-legged ona table 2020 (c) Orla Murray
<em>You, me or the Wallpaper</em> 25Oct

Sue Rynhart’s melodrama for voice.

Marking 130 years since the publication of feminist writer Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s The Yellow Wallpaper, Sue Rynhart’s melodrama takes the stage.

Sue returns to Festival after a four-year hiatus, having been awarded the BAN BAM Composition award and Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris. Known for her unique voice -and extraordinary blend of folk and contemporary jazz, Sue is an award-winning musician who is not to be missed. Unqiue, quirky and emotive, viewers can’t help leaving wanting more.

Sue Rynhart voice, Mike Nielsen guitar and Lina Andonovska flute.

The evening consists of a performance, interval, Q&A and some informal, creative voice play.


Sue has worked with us previously, writing a song for the Festival’s partnership with the River Festival and performing. You can listen to her song, La Malouine, here. Listen to a short interview piece with Sue, here.

More on Sue’s piece, here.

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25 October 2023

Doors 7.30pm for an 8pm performance.


Sefton Park Palm House
Sefton Park Palm House
L17 1AP

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