Tonight is the first night of What They Could Do, They Did's four night residency at the Forest Cafe. As well as all the acts, we're open til 3am, it's FREE, and there's a bar...
here are the details:
6.00-8.00 - Private view (with champagne) in the gallery, featuring photography and art by a whole bunch of people, plus readings of essays on Edith Massey by John Waters, Cookie Mueller...
8.00-8.30 - Short film programme
Films by Tom Moore (Tom Moore, UK, 2007-2008)
Russia Is A Different Country (Thomas Latter, UK, 2008)
Ecstasy (Garry Sykes, UK, 2008)
No Place Like Home (Ad Hoc and Mixpaste, UK, 2008)
9.00-3.00 - Music:
Albumen Records provide readings from their new generative prose research
Ignatz Aaron Höch: Straight from A to Nowhere. Another proud fool caught in the flood, struggling to remember the sound of his own footsteps, and the beat of a loose heart. singer / songwriter.
An Empty Orchestra spins out tall tales and faded memories with a collection of broken instruments and laptop processing.
Les Enfant Bastard rejoins us in his rightful place as anti-pop protagonist king, this year bending circuits and breaking hearts with frightening ease. Cam, we've missed you so.
The Capsized Smiles have fought spiders and demons, and now return from their travels with rock'n'roll in their hearts.