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Friday February 16th - 7.30pm
An evening of readings of classic spine-chilling stories concerning love, accompanied by unnerving live sound. 

The performers:

LAURA SAMPSON is a singer, songwriter and storyteller. 

CHRIS BROSNAHAN is a thriller writer, occasional comedian and film-maker. 

JENNI RODITI is a composer, conductor and vocalist.

ARKADIUSZ POTYKA plays analogue synths, electric bass and other noise machines.

SAM ENTHOVEN plays found sounds, analogue synths and a unique instrument from the dawn of electronic music – the theremin.

BYOB, entry £5, book early to be sure of admittance.
Thursday February 22nd - 7.00pm
Cyber Billboard Discussion Group
This event is in conjuction with the February instalment of Cyber Billboard: a series of public & site-specific artworks on a disused billboard in Bounds Green.
The collaborative artwork by artist Amba Sayal-Bennett & Raplph Hunter-Menzies explores the billboard's role as a modern palimpsest, experimenting with the idea of visible and invisible layers, public & private messages, indexical & printed marks.
Taking graffiti as a starting point for thinking about creative practices in the everyday, the proposed text for discussion is an exerpt from social theorist Marcel De Certeau's The Practice of Everyday Life (1988). His book explores what individuals' do with representation and what they make with these images.
Tickets for this event are available here
There are limited spaces for this event. Tickets are £10 which includes wine for the evening.
A PDF of the text will be emailed upon purchase