The recording you can hear FK singing live to is the last known recording of Garland singing ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’, at her final concert in Copenhagen 25 March 1969, shortly before her death on 22 June 1969.
I Could Go on Singing was the title of the last movie Judy Garland made, in 1963. She made 41 films, over 1,100 concert appearances, and countless more radio, television and recording performances in her career.
FK Alexander’s I Could Go on Singing is winner of Total Theatre Award for Emerging Artist and Autopsy Award, both Edinburgh Fringe 2016.
Glasgow-based performance artist FK Alexander’s work has themes of wounds, recovery, aggressive healing, radical wellness, industrialisation and noise music.
She puts her body at the centre of live art in often ridiculous attempts to communicate ideas around new language, new violence and new love.
Okishima Island Tourist Association are transcendental noise duo Lea Cummings (Kylie Minoise, Opaque) and Sara Glass (Grimalkin555, The Fnords). Using multi-frequency overload and explosive sonic maximalism, their work opens higher states of consciousness.
For ages 14+
Please note the entrance for this show is via Queen Elizabeth Hall Artists' Entrance.
Southbank Centre takes a strong view on secondary ticketing. We require the lead booker to attend (photo ID may be requested). Tickets can only be resold by Southbank Centre or one of its authorised agents.