BBC HomeExplore the BBC
This page has been archived and is no longer updated. Find out more about page archiving.


Accessibility help
Text only
BBC Homepage
BBC Radio
Woman's Hour - Weekdays 10-11am, Saturdays 4-5pm
Listen online to Radio 4


Contact Us

Like this page?
Send it to a friend!

 
artsarchive
 
  Mechanical Cabaret 30 December 2003  
'Man eating spaghetti in the Bath' Cabaret Mechanical Festival
There aren't many exhibitions where you can see a dog playing the piano, a man eating spaghetti in the bath and a skeleton dancing. One place you can is at the Cabaret Mechanical Festival at the Oxo Tower in London.

It's an exhibition of mechanical objects which you can move by turning a handle or pressing a button. The pieces on display are part of a larger collection run by a mother and daughter team. Sharmini Selvarajah went along to the exhibition where she spoke to designer Nikki Taylor, Sarah Alexander and her mother Sue Jackson who started the collection ...

The Cabaret Mechanical Festival runs until 11th January 2004 at the Oxo Tower, London.

Cabaret Mechanical Festival


Disclaimer
The BBC is not responsible for the content of external websites.
 
Recent items about Arts
25 March 2010: Naomie Harris
24 March 2010: Maggi Hambling
22 March 2010: Quilts
 
More items in the Arts Archive
 
Listen
Listen now to the latest Woman's Hour
Listen Now
Latest programme
 
Listen again to previous programmes
Listen Again
Previous programmes
 
 
 

Retired? Downsizing? Moving home to be nearer the kids?

We'd like to hear your stories about moving house

 




About the BBC | Help | Terms of Use | Privacy & Cookies Policy