BRIDPORT LITERARY FRINGE FESTIVAL – HEADLINE SHOW – WEDNESDAY 14th NOVEMBER – LYRIC THEATRE bridlitfringe.co.uk
Paul Sakoilsky presents a Beautiful Nightmare: Working with Cedric Christie
Including contributions by Oliver Abraham | Jamiu Agboke | Kirsty Allison | Maria Arceo | Karen Ay | Joe Broughton | Cedric Christie | Deborah Curtis | Adam Dix | Dr Eliot Albers | Alice Herrick | Richard Holley | Charlotte Hopkins Hall | Tom Hunter | Maria Graff | Thomas Langley |Claire Lawrie | Lee Maelzer | Lance Martins | Sophie Parkin | Martha Parsey | Benedict Philpott | Paul Renner & Paul Sakoilsky | Pascal Rousson |Joseph Sakoilsky | Amy Stevens | Geraldine Swayne | Finn Thompson | Gavin Turk
In the upstairs gallery Cedric Christie & Paul Sakoilsky are creating an exhibition based around a conversation Paul had at a feast in Sorento recently, where a guest turned to his daughter at the table and claimed Paul ‘was pure’. Some eyebrows were raised; at which point she continued, ‘I tell you, pure has nothing to do with clean.’
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Private View Fri 12 Oct 6-9pm
Exhibition Runs 13-28 Oct 2018
Kunst Clown Performance Fri 19th October 6-8 pm
Artist Talk 4pm and Finissage 5-7pm Sunday 28th Oct
Kirsty Allison + the Children of the Midnight Sun perform their new spoken word/music project at Pikes in Ibiza for the first literary festival on September 11th with Irvine Welsh, John Niven, Stephen Armstrong and Neil Forsyth.
The following week, Kirsty joins Wild Women and The Savages, performing a specially written piece for Bernie Fabre and Andrew Weatherall’s Convenanza Festival in Carcassonne’s medieval castle. Opening party Thursday 20th. Nice artwork, uh? It’s done by Personality Crisis – who also designed COLD LIPS 04.
London: Saturday September 22nd – help us raise money for child refugees at Wasteland with Rushika Wickramasinghe, Ana Sefer, Uncle Budgie, Justine Speller, and Kirsty Allison (likely with the Children of the Midnight Sun) – Peckham Springs – just by the station.
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Launched at London Fields’ Taproom with live performance from Gil De Ray, poetry: Greta Bellamacina, Robert Montgomery, Stuart McKenzie, Ana Seferovic, Kirsty Allison (COLD LIPS editor) and DJs TESS PARKS + Chris Rotter