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DYLAN CARLSON – Tuesday 18 September, 7pm

Posted by on Jun 28, 2018 in Arts and Events, Music | Comments Off on DYLAN CARLSON – Tuesday 18 September, 7pm

DYLAN CARLSON –  Tuesday 18 September, 7pm

plus special guests. Tickets: £15 advance         14+ (14 and 15 year olds must be accompanied by an adult) “I guess what ties this all together—all my musical projects and my life in general—is the idea of the quest, that search for new horizons and something unnamable and possibly unreachable,” Dylan Carlson says regarding the theme behind his solo album Conquistador. Carlson’s musical explorations can be traced back to his pioneering work with the minimalist ensemble Earth—from the groundbreaking drone metal of Earth 2 to the ominous instrumental twang of Hex; Or Printing...

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GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA – WHAT THE RIVER BRINGS

Posted by on Jun 19, 2018 in Arts and Events, Live Performance, Music | Comments Off on GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA – WHAT THE RIVER BRINGS

GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA – WHAT THE RIVER BRINGS

Saturday 14 July, 7.30pm What the River Brings celebrates the waves of migration that have shaped East London over the centuries, and continue to do so today. With music composed and arranged by Tony Haynes, it is performed by people from those communities who have settled here – descendants of immigrants, or themselves from far-off places. It tells of their experience and the stories of the East End past and present, through music and songs that conjure up the mystery of rivers and the sea, the hope and hardship of journeys, the hazards and hostility faced and overcome. Great port cities...

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WOMEN SING EAST – SONGS OF CHANGE, Sat 23 June 7.30pm

Posted by on Jun 11, 2018 in Arts and Events, Live Performance | Comments Off on WOMEN SING EAST – SONGS OF CHANGE, Sat 23 June 7.30pm

WOMEN SING EAST – SONGS OF CHANGE, Sat 23 June 7.30pm

with Alison Arnopp Tickets £10/£8 Women Sing East (WSE) is a well-established women’s choir which meets in east London. For many years the choir was part of Spitalfields Music’s community programme, becoming independent in autumn 2015. The choir is led by musical director Fiona Hymns. We sing a wide repertoire of musical genres including jazz, pop, folk and classical and our performances featured in the Spitalfields Music festival for many seasons. We have been involved in developing and performing commissioned work and had opportunities to collaborate with an eclectic group of...

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Belfry Exhibition – LightBox: Explorations in Glass, Light and other Phenomena

Posted by on May 23, 2018 in Arts and Events, Exhibitions | Comments Off on Belfry Exhibition – LightBox: Explorations in Glass, Light and other Phenomena

Belfry Exhibition – LightBox: Explorations in Glass, Light and other Phenomena

A Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition Curated by New London Glass Open Thursday 7th June, 6-9pm and the following three weekends 1-5pm (9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 23rd, 24th June 2018) In 1998 a group of artists organised a collective to put on a unique show at the Candid Arts Trust in Angel, Islington. What brought us together was a common interest in glass; working with the material and exploring its properties as a light transmitting substance in relation to the space surrounding it. Tired of the limitations of the gallery where our work would be labelled either “Art” or “Craft”,...

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JENNY HVAL, Tuesday 5 June, 7.30pm

Posted by on May 23, 2018 in Arts and Events, Music | Comments Off on JENNY HVAL, Tuesday 5 June, 7.30pm

JENNY HVAL, Tuesday 5 June, 7.30pm

Norwegian multidisciplinary artist and writer Jenny Hval has developed her distinct take on intimate sound since the release of her debut album in 2006. For her last two solo albums, 2013’s Innocence Is Kinky and 2015’s Apocalypse, girl, Hval’s debut for Sacred Bones, she has received thoughtful and widespread international acclaim for her fascinating voice, singular delivery and markedly non-traditional arrangements which incorporate elements of poetry, prose writing, performance art, and film. The New York Times defines her writing as “taking a scalpel to the subjects of...

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