A theatrical, visceral collage exploring the boundaries of violence and belief based upon the 1957 story of alien contactee James Cooke, from Runcorn, Cheshire. Written by Claire Monica Burgess and Raymond Waring, with music by Peter Cattermoul.
Closing party to mark the end of ‘Arrows of Desire’, the art show celebrating the agony and ecstasy of Saint Sebastian. Performing the rite of Sebastian will be Chaosquiyr in collaboration with live musicians (including violinist Takatsuna Mukai). RSVP essential.
Building The Raft is a night of images, sounds and live performances, an expanded, experimental, work in progress presentation of Chiara Ambrosio’s upcoming feature film ‘RAFT, A London Story’.
Barney will use dramatic reading and sundry entertaining devices to shift unsold copies of his lesser lauded first novel Drunken Baker, and raise awareness of a forthcoming second, Coketown.
Muckle Mouth is back with a night at the nexus of improvisation, noise, composition and experimental electronic music.
Join us for the exciting launch of new Bloodaxe poetry collection The Gaelic Garden of the Dead by Kirsten Norrie (MacGillivray).
An evening celebrating John Ashbery with readings of poems and letters; recollections of John Ashbery - the poet and the person, film and soundscapes.
As part of the Horse Hospital's 25th anniversary, performer/serial digressor and curator David Ellis brings together artists, former co-collaborators & friends from throughout Europe to join him as he rethreads themes at the core of his own 30yr zigzagged practice.
New performance by Sophie Lee and Isabel Mallet on the occasion of the exhibition Trout Steel.
Three Rooms Press—the fierce New York-based independent publishing house inspired by Dada, punk and passion—presents an evening of incredibly provocative, disruptive and eclectic art and performance at the fourth annual ¡DADA! LONDON INVASION.
Women Writing Women Reading: Alice Albinia, Sophie Collins, Emily Berry, Nell Dunn and Silver Press Publishing
Recalling the practices of feminist groups in 1970s Italy the exhibition Relating Narratives invites women who write about women to read their works.
An evening of poetry featuring Chris McCabe, MacGillivray, Iain Sinclair and Jeremy Reed with The Ginger Light.