Regis performs live in ancient Greek theatre for new film, Let The Night Return

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  • Filmed by Vasileios Trigkas, the one-hour set went down at the Ancient Theatre Of Epidaurus in the Peloponnese.
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  • A new film featuring a live performance by Regis in an ancient Greek theatre is coming out this autumn. Let The Night Return was filmed by Vasileios Trigkas at the Ancient Theatre Of Epidaurus, a 14,000-capacity auditorium dating back 2,360 years. The UNESCO world heritage site is renowned for its incredible acoustics. The one-hour, one-off performance spans musique concrète, Pythagorean guitar riffs, organ and a 200 BC composition. It'll be available as a limited edition box set (DVD, 12-inch, photo album) from autumn 2020. Watch the trailer.
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