A benefit gig in support of the Horse Hospital by UnicaZürn
Admission £10 Advance Ticket 8£
UnicaZürn, currently a three-piece group featuring Stephen Thrower (saxophone, keyboards), David Knight (guitar, synthesisers), and David J. Smith (percussion, electronics), sprang from the ashes of mutant improvisers The Amal Gamal Ensemble ten years ago. This is UnicaZürn’s fourth appearance at the Horse Hospital and will see them performing material from their recent Touch album “Sensudestricto” plus new material specially created for this evening.
“ … as everything melts into fire, burning objects may be closer than they appear … ”
In association with the Abertoir Film Festival, Miskatonic is proud to present an evening in conversation with renowned genre director Gary Sherman, bringing him back to where it all began – Russell Square.
Publication launch with readings, screenings, conversation and music responding to the idea and reality of RESONANCE in life, art and society. Featuring Laura Cannell, Sophie Hughes, Mairéad McClean and Karen Stuke, with Gareth Evans and The Wapping Project team.
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