7pm entrance fee - only £5
On the 1st of February, the Freedom Press bookshop was firebombed.
To help fund the clean up and as act of solidarity & protest against the destruction of sources of knowledge, we are organising a benefit gig and party on Friday 15th March
Musicians confirmed so far
Bones and the Aft
D.Js confirmed so far
A Bring and Buy book/zines/print/record stall will be installed (please bring your unwanted books, zines, artist books prints and records to sell)
All monies will be sent to Freedom Press Bookshop clean up fund.
The Horse Hospital , Musicians and D.Js have all generously donated their services free of charge.
If you'd like to get involved,help contribute in some way . . . e.g donate unwanted books,records,zines or artist books please get in contact.
read about the Freedom Press -
Bones and the Aft
Are the performance wing of The Liver and Lights Scriptorium, being Primal Rock Theatre featuring Admiral Lord Biscuit on Drums, Glockenspeil and Harmonium, Ian Mckean on Virtuoso Guitar and John Bently Bones on Words, Costumes, Hand Made Books, Voice and Sets........
Has been involved in free improvised music since 1971 and composed, produced and performed in dozens of genres, including dub, pop, Bollywood, chamber music, music for feature films and TV, and so on. He has played a variety of instruments, including piano, electronics, trumpet, euphonium, bass guitar and a wide variety of toy instruments, such as the toy piano
Musical director for Ray Davies (The Kinks) at the BBC Electric Proms, The Roundhouse, London in October 2007 in a show involving the Crouch End Festival Chorus.
In 2007 was arranger and pianist for The Forest Of No Return, a show at The Royal Festival Hall organised by Hal Willner and Jarvis Cocker. Artists included Grace Jones, Andrew Newmark, Marshall Allen and many others. In January 2008 in Sheffield, Steve played piano with cellist Liz Hanks at Site Gallery for a piece by artist Brigid McLeer based on Erik Saties piece Vexations. Huddersfield New Music Festival 2007 featured a large ensemble piece by Simon Fell, including Steve as co-conductor and player of electronics. The Wardrobe Trio (with bassist Joe Williamson and drummer Roger Turner) at the Ulrichsberg Festival, Austria. May 2008.
A trip to New York in March 2008 included concerts at Roulette, John Zorns venue The Stone and other shows in Philadelphia and Boston.
Kristian Craig Robinson aka 'Capitol K' first emerged a decade ago at the forefront of the burgeoning electronic scene, releasing two groundbreaking electronic albums on Planet Mu, “Sounds Of The Empire” (1999) and “Island Row” (2000). His experiments with Lo-if Guitar Noise, Collarge & found sound merged with strong Melodies and Falsetto Vocals lead to to the pioneering what the critics later called "Folktronica". On return from time spent in South America Capitol K has been excited by new Digital Cumbia and Cumbia Sonidero movements coming in particular from Argentina and Mexico and is currently making productions and performances inspired by this infectious rhythm.