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Thursday 13th May 2010
8.30 – 11.00
Celebrate Beltane at the Montague Arms!
Come visit The Montague Arms on the 13th May to witness the horror of hideous costumes, screeching voices, moaning incantations, bone shattering music, foul smelling herbs, tormented effigies, familiars, curse makers and witches with more than two nipples.
Molly Shea (SAIC), Rebecca Closure, Mystic Heure, Lennie Lee, Dickie Rage, Rebecca Feiner, Joanna McCormick, Rose Smith, Grace Morgan Pardo, Paul Sakoilsky, Rachael House, Libby Shearon, Vanessa Mitter, Miyuki Kasahara,, Sinead Wheeler, Mark Scott-Wood, yoke and zoom, Linda Barck, Sarah Sparkes, Sarah Doyle – more to be confirmed
Witch Night is one of a series of regular performance nights at the Montague Arms hosted by Frog Morris on the second Thursday of every month.
Witch Night is curated by artists Sarah Sparkes and Sarah Doyle
Montague Arms, 289 Queens Road, New Cross SE15 Entry £3 or £2 concession
Public Transport : New Cross Gate / Queens Road Peckham
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“The only pub with a licence to store dead bodies” – allegedly
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Thursday 4th March 2010
Transition Gallery and Kismet Projects joined forces to launch the zine To Have And To Hold, with a special exhibition featuring contributing artists.
In this performance, Grace appeared in the role of the artist, or maker of votive objects, performing a variation of an Umbanda (Afro-Brazilian, catholic syncretic religion) ritual that according to this religion forms a crossroads between the worlds of the living and the dead.
The ritual alone is beautiful and somewhat frightening. Which left behind a beautiful altar with a lingering ambiance, with an array of subtle smells and curious objects. Grace’s intention was to encourage the audience to question the authority of and complicity with artists and religious leaders, but more importantly to contemplate ones own spirituality or the lack there of.
Come to an original performance by Deniz Unal and myself!
This Friday, November 13th
8-10 Elevator Gallery
QUEENS YARD, WHITE POST LANE, HACKNEY WICK
it will look something like this
come to my show!