By on March 1, 2019

After a sold out tour in Australia and New Zealand, Nick Cave takes his unique conversation night to Europe and the UK. During a number of nights dedicated to music and open discussions, the artist will take questions from the audience and present some of his most beloved songs on the piano. On May 31 he comes to Circus in Stockholm.

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Cave himself describes the event as “an exercise in connectivity” where no subject is too sacred and where the audience is encouraged to be bold and challenging, confrontational and fearless.

The relationship between Cave and his audience has always been open and intense, but has deepened during his latest performances with the Bad Seeds, which inspired these unconventional and outstanding evenings of unfiltered and unscripted discussions and questions.

“I thought that a direct conversation with the audience might be valuable – in the recent live shows we have all shown a kind of willingness to open up.” Nick Cave

Watching a legend in command of an audience, never quite knowing what would happen next, was a genuine thrill. Sydney Morning Herald

Nick Cave’s intimate Conversations show is bold, enlightening and completely gripping. ABC

Between stark, gorgeous performances of key songs like “Skeleton Tree,” “The Mercy Seat” and “God Is In The House,” Cave was wry, genial and funny as hell. Billboard

This is a striking turnaround when you’re used to seeing icons in all their bombast and mythos. Here, you are getting them unmediated by journalists, you are getting them in an unfiltered and unedited form, you are getting them in a human state without the guise of stardom in full-force. Stereogum

31/5 – Circus, Stockholm

Helena Olofsson, Culture & Music | Djurgården