Moriarty on tour: Théâtre Granada, Sherbrooke (Québec) 21.02.2014
Back on Sherbrooke’s main street at the beloved Théâtre Granada, its 1930s Broadway flair and somewhat weathered past glory. Slush and narrow brick side alleys, candles lighting up the tables in a cabaret manner, intimate crowd underneath the grand italian-esque decorum of the music-hall. Spanish revival style, said the architect Daniel J. Crighton back in 1929.
Later on, aux tapageurs, we have a last beer and tom goes around the tables, asking everyone in a (slightly unsettling) mysterious way if they would like to go with us into the dark snowy forest to play music by hitting on the tree trunks.