Thursday 18th March 8pm- 2am
291 Gallery would like to invite you to the inaugural night of THAT NAUGHTY
See the astonishing coat-in-a-cage installation.
Peek into Dominique et Sophies Boudoir
Check your coat in and witness it paraded on a show girl
Watch out for those flashers....
A cabaret-style interactive performance evening inspired by an early 19th
Century illustration. The picture depicts two terrified and confused men
with large sticks beating a coat; which has become animated and out of
At THAT NAUGHTY COAT! You may encounter; Lady Grey Tease playing 1930s
musical statues, Miss Killer Kiss who cant get out of her cage. Ernesto,
naked on the window sill reciting poetry. Delilah (Whoopee! Club) twirling
her tassles. Dr Robert Hooper fumbling for change in coat pockets whilst
The Widow Maker stakes out her man. Honeybone Wot - the Lecoq trained
mime artists flit about along with dancer¹s from The London Studio.
DJs : Black Mark | Michael Miggs Morley | Divo
spinning music you would dance to if wearing a diamante bolero or a plaid
291 Bar, Saturday 20th March opens 9pm - free entry
Audio n visuals! Featuring original works - unseen, unheard or unreleased!
MUSIK: People That Hate People (acoustics/vocals), Antikue
- Absent Music (electronica), djStranger - ruudawakening 104.2fm(breaks)
VISUALS: Mobile Clubbing - tour vids, Elle - animations.
291 South Wing, Saturday 20th March 8pm-1am £5/£3 concs
The brainchild of a few seasoned club promoters, DJs, music lovers, jazzheads
and above all party lovers, Other Worlds is about showcasing the most
offbeat jazz, funk, soul and breaks old and new. A night of cosmic funk,
future age jazz, hip hop, boogie, and brukside bizniz from around the
globe featuring DJs Davy Splyce , Max Cole and Special G.
Performance and Film
Main Gallery, Foyer and Bar - Tuesday 23rd March - 7pm free entry
Equipment present a night of two halves. The first half will include a
mixture of performance and film, whilst the second half will be dedicated
to a publication launch of Equipments The book of lists
291 Digital Evenings
Love one day
291 Main Gallery, Thursday 25th March - 8.00pm free entry
Completely Naked present: Love one day - a large-scale multi-screen digital
installation. Two people from two different cities in the UK meet on a
dating website and start a journey to London. They cross space & time
to meet for the first time in a hotel bedroom. Within 24 hours of starting
their journey, they leave. Love one day’ uses artistic practice
to explore the communication between two people whose anticipation of
love is intensified by the unique circumstances of their journey.
291 Bar, Thursday 25 March - 8.30pm free entry
Audio: the maps (new project from saloon guitarist) and the naciente quartet.
dj sets from resident utrophia djs offering a broad and diverse range
of sounds, plus new releases from sicamore and glass.
Visual: video work from twoinsix films, photography from stephen molyneux,
plus the latest mobile clubbing instalments.
BITSPLITTERS -Analog DIGITAL: SOUND LIGHT
Main Gallery, Fri 26th March - 8pm £7 before 10, £10 after
A mixed-bag of electronic derived arts from games, music from Game boys,
generative algorithms employed to make music and visuals, gesture recognition,
Neural Networks ,iPods and memory sticks. This night combines artists
from Asia, Europe and North America. A convergence of Visual Artists,
Sonic Artists, Media. The Line-up includes ZeroPing, Konrad Kinard (K2)
is Sonicvariable, Dat Politics, Newbleep, Kevin Blechdom, Cartesian Lover,
Phuong Nguyen, AÏ-HZ, Eve Hurford, Errorsmith and Kah
Main Gallery, Sunday 28th March 6pm-8pm - £6/4 concs
A concert by the fantastic Ongaku of back to back solo trumpet improvisations
by five explorers of the instruments in the spectacular acoustic of 291
Gallery. Performers are Harry Beckett, Dennis Gonzalez, Jamie Coleman,
Guillermo Torres and Matt Davis. The day should yield a fascinating, back
to back exploration of the instrument, its history and how it works.
291 Bar, Monday 29th March - Doors:7pm, 8pm start - £4/3 concs/flyer
An eclectic and inspiring mix of poetry, spoken word and music, hosted
by Baden Prince Jnr. Featured artists include respectedwriter and performer
Abraham Gibson, Katie Southall exploring dark, dangerous emotional waters,
Yomi (Abeyomi Bazuaye), recently ; John Clarke, veteran jazz-poet; and
madcap, brazen Val Forsyth, the eternal teenager.
Video and Film
Hearts of Glass
Main Gallery, Tuesday 30th March 7.30pm £3.00
Twoinsix Films bring you an evening of stunning independent short films
that innovate, stimulate, and correlate the area's of Psychological Thriller,
Animation, Black Comedy, Horror, and Music on film..
Including; An exclusive one-off screening of Jaisen Bhageeruttys Quart
inc. In Conversation, Nigh Time, Fallen Woman.. and 28 years- a documentary
on the plight of refugees in the no-mans land of the Western Sahara desert.
The Wheel... a short from Seizure productions with a score provided by
Billy Mahonie. The Furry Lady - Darren Dohertys animated tale of of love,
death, prejudice, and a cat. Bee by Detwiije- Robert Wilson shifts the
rug on Films for Music in this neo-classical shot to the system. More
new films from N.Y. and Paris T.B.C. With suitably atmospheric sounds
provided by D.J.'s Snicket & Ginnell.
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