Dance Performance - Arrest Me For Revolutionary Acts
by LIFE Performance 9pm Saturday 3rd May £5
Deeply Intimate, Arrest Me for Revolutionary Acts takes an experimental
approach, with an accessibility through real themes and openness. LIFE
Performance present honest, visceral performances that invite you to explore
the oddity of imagination in everyday life. Followed by EASY TIGER Party
til 2am - disco, dancing, rock, pop, punk, hip-hop and bootlegs see you
through to perfect Saturday evening bliss. Enjoy sumptuous summer nights
and catch up on gossip, visuals, entertainment and comfort with the dirty
Tuesday 6th May 8pm £1
A diverse range of works from accomplished short films to creative image
pieces in a comfortable and relaxed environment with DJ interludes. Works
are curated into 4 parts to include: digital media, experimental video,
short film, animation, sting/idents, audio-visual, VJmixes, music video
and Commercial works invited.
This month works include : A Special Guest presentation from the CG creators
of XMEN2 The Making of XMEN2 and other CG Projects Jeff Kleiser, Kleiser-Walczak.
PixDisc & PixPlayer VJ Preview Mix (Japan) www.pixdisc.com <http://www.pixdisc.com/>
Music Videos from The PUPPETMASTAZ, CORNELIUS, CASSIUS, CINETIK. Guardian
Angel, by Jamie McBride www.smash-grab.com <http://www.smash-grab.com>
WIN FREE TICKETS TO XMEN2! WIN MAYA T-SHIRTS!
4x4 screenings run on the first Tuesday of every month. Creative idea
and technique is key: Vhs/dv/dvd/beta/digi-beta formats accepted. For
further inquiries firstname.lastname@example.org.
Film fun at 291 - first Wednesday of every month.
Wednesday 7th May 7pm, screenings at 8pm. £3
An eclectic monthly mix of short films by local and not so local filmmakers,
where anything goes. Expect rough and ready content alongside professionally
produced work. Plus there's the ever popular Film Quiz with special, if
not altogether valuable prizes. And introducing Leila the Usherette and
her extortionate choc ices. A refuge for beleaguered filmmakers everywhere.
Gallery brings you An Evening of Music and Lights
Live and experimental music- Thursday 8th May 7pm £5
SON OF DAVE - Bizarro Lead singer/harmonica player is really creepy like
a depraved, rat-faced moron.... Sings through his harp... does the creepiest
little kid voice... if Beck did this, it would be coolChart Magazine
COMFY MOSS - Comfy Moss are a four, five or three piece; they haven't
kept the same line up for more than two gigs. And it's this jumble of
parts and ideas that keeps them from going round in circles. It's a sound
that reminds you of where you came from, the kind of wide open space that
is both personal and everyday.
KEITH JOHN ADAMS - Keith John Adams has been making music first in an
outfit called the Horse Doctors, then for the whole of the nineties in
the Zuno men the success of these two bands was just too much to bear-
so KJA kicked off the millenium as a single musical unit.
FATHER OF BOON - Father Of Boon are a fiendishly original collective from
East London who
deal in rambling, impish noiserock with added samples and saxophone. Nodding
to the likes of Gang Of Four, Red Snapper and Pavement. Wearing yesterday’s
clothes and making the music of tomorrow.
of the Infraterrestrials
Thursday15th May 7.30pm-12am £3
A monthly short film and music night
They came from planet Earth to feast their eyes on the choicest short
films, music vids and experimental pieces from up and coming film makers
and hear the nowest sounds from some of London’s finest djs
The ritual is hosted in the bar of this magnificent converted church by
Richard E, film maker and member of London band Solar Apple Quarktette,
and Nikita and Mike from Loan Woolfe, a cutting edge film and video production
DJ's on the night: Found Sounds - Sonorous / DJ Mag, Richard E - Solar
Apple Quarktette / Further Out Recordings, Simon S - Break Reform / Abstract
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Director: Edwina Orr
291 Hackney Road, London E2 8NA
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