Sunday, 5 December 2010

and...CUT!

Saturday 27th November, 8pm
The Common Place


Collaboration between Stuart Bannister and Chris Hall. Cut-up film and live noise performance.
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Portions of the performance were recorded on tape by Kieron Piercy to be cut up and re-assembled later.Kieron's reel to reel set up.


The night brought together artists, musicians and filmmakers in collaboration - a direct response to the current crisis...and a chance to dance

Second collaboration of the night saw Kevin Sanders and Andrew Forknell perform using an array of instruments, contact mics and tapes.
"Elequently Dumb clarinet and Violin squarks squeaks and skronks."

Visuals on a French revolution tip from Violaine Bergoin.


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and...CUT!

and...CUT!
Saturday 27th November, 8pm
The Common Place

As the 'coalition' government's economic shock therapy starts to bite, join us for a night of experimental performances, cut up films, live noise and unique collaborations along with "DJ's" playing industrial, electro, trash, riot grrrrl, punk, dark 80's tunes for you to dance and drink all night.

Noisy collaborations and live cut ups featuring Stuart Bannister, Chris Hall and special guest George Osborne. Kieron Piercy’s live analogue tape recording and live cut up. Politically engaged and humourous songs on ukulele....Unique collaboration between Kev Sanders and Andrew Forknell performing Elequently Dumb clarinet and Violin squarks squeaks and skronks.‘Digital Marlene’ analogue meets digital and back again as Marlene is resurrected for one night only! More to be confirmed...

From 11pm onwards will have DJ sets and visuals from Chris Cox, Ueno, LadyViola and others.

A night of trash, fun and awareness with visuals, not to be missed!

£2 Members/ £3 guests of members.
Doors: 8pm- til late.
Dress code: mauvais chic, mauvais genre, cheapsters, glitters and wigs.

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Please note the Common Place is a members club. Guests must be introduced by a member at the door. Membership is just £2 a year, you can do it online at www.thecommonplace.org.uk