Sat 21 September, 7pm

Mark Jenkins performs Kraftwerk's hits and experimental music

KRAFTWERK invented techno-pop, and by extension, all of modern dance music.

Now for the 50th anniversary of the band’s international breakthrough album “Autobahn”, music technology expert MARK JENKINS (“Tubular Bells for the Moog Synthesizer”, ”Dark Side of the Moon for the Moog Synthesizer”) presents a striking live solo performance of the band’s hits, experimental music they never play, and music they might have played in some alternate future reality ruled by computer graphics, vocoder vocals and artificial intelligence imagery, in the spectacular setting of London Road Cemetery's Anglican Chapel.


The venue is fully accessible.

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  • Everyone welcome regardless of age, religion, non religion, gender or background

Wheelchair accessible toilets are available at the Anglican Chapel.

Disabled parking is available on Charterhouse Drive, off London Road.

There are uneven pathways throughout London Road Cemetery.

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