Posts made in November, 2014

Tokyo-Chutei-Iki in Concert 20 November, 9.15pm

Posted by on Nov 15, 2014 in Arts and Events, Live Performance, Music | Comments Off on Tokyo-Chutei-Iki in Concert 20 November, 9.15pm

Tokyo-Chutei-Iki in Concert    20 November, 9.15pm

St John on Bethnal Green is very pleased to welcome back our friends from Japan, Tokyo Chutei Iki.   The 13 strong band of baritone saxophone players, headed up by Akira Mizutani, are back in London as part of the London Jazz Festival 2014 and back at St John’s for a special late night concert on Thursday 20 November. www.eqcd.net Doors 8.45pm, Concert 9.15pm Suggested donations ¬£10.00 St John’s cash bar will be open during the...

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Bitten by a Monkey and Julia Doyle, 13 November, 7.30pm

Posted by on Nov 11, 2014 in Arts and Events, Music | Comments Off on Bitten by a Monkey and Julia Doyle, 13 November, 7.30pm

Bitten by a Monkey and Julia Doyle, 13 November, 7.30pm

  JULIA DOYLE will be performing a solo set on double bass and violin as part of a concert curated by London improvisers Bitten by a Monkey, who will also be performing.     Julia is a truly exemplary veteran not only of the improvised music scene, but of British music in general. In the early 1980s she was a founding member of The Guest Stars, and she has since gone on to perform with bands across all areas of music: tango with Los Mareados, chanson with The London Sparrows, jazz and improvised music with Ladies Free Association, Hyperbole Trio and Venus Edge. Her unique bass...

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‘Silent But’, Frank Leuwer & Matthew Pagett, 6 Nov – 4 Dec

Posted by on Nov 8, 2014 in Arts and Events, Exhibitions | Comments Off on ‘Silent But’, Frank Leuwer & Matthew Pagett, 6 Nov – 4 Dec

‘Silent But’, Frank Leuwer & Matthew Pagett, 6 Nov – 4 Dec

‘Silent But’ – an exhibition of works by Frank Leuwer and Matthew Pagett in the North Gallery and Belfry at St John’s. Opening times: Saturdays and Sundays 11am – 6pm Other times by arrangement 29 November – ‘Umm, er’, Karen Lodge A reading from the pulpit by Matthew Pagett   How do you talk about silence without making a noise? “When there is nothing to hear, you start hearing things” (Salom√© Voegelin) St John on Bethnal Green hums with the silences of reflection, lost confessions and unfinished business while standing at a...

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