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Klinker at no.w.here





no.w.here, first floor, 316 - 318 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 0AG. Takes place on the 17th day of each month throughout 2017.
Doors 7:30pm for an 8pm start, acts finish at 10:30pm. £5 full price, £3 concessions. Pay at the door. For up to date info on acts playing please see the Klinker website.


Klinker November 17th 2017:

This month's Klinker features:

Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg voice & Benedict Taylor viola
Belgium vocal virtuoso & stalwart of the London scene in a rare pairing

Walter Cardew guitar / Androniki Cardew keyboards / Horace Cardew tenor sax / Paul Taylor trombone
Trombonist with a poetic bent joins Cornelius Cardew descendants with a music entirely of their own

Begotten, film soundtrack project to The Begotten that sounds like deranged monks. “God disembowels himself with a straight razor.”

And a mystery act, not to be announced in advance!

Door 7.30pm - 11pm £7/£4 concessions
Acts from 8pm - 10.30pm

no.w.here
1st Floor 316-318 Bethnal Green Road London E2 OAG

Please see the Klinker website for up to date information.

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Hugh Metcalfe's legendary Klinker Club has provided a space for marginalised forms of poetry, performance, film and music to survive and thrive for over 35 years. Throughout 2017 The Klinker will be in residence at no.w.here on the 17th day of each month.

"At a grassroots level the music carries on all year round in a gaggle of club spaces run by persistent promoters. A new LMC initiative aims to help out with publicity or PA equipment for these small but established clubs. Established, but not necessarily cosy - the last time I played one was at Hugh Metcalfe's long running Klinker, in an Islington pub. After some initial confusion (Hugh was convinced his van and PA had been stolen, having forgotten where he had parked it), the evening's mix of performance, poetry and music ran smoothly enough. I played a delicately coloured duet with violinist Susanna Ferrar, enjoyable chamber music if I say so myself. Then the final act was so ear-bleedingly loud I had to flee the room, and immediately a fight broke out: broken glass, a wet floor, a half-strangled promoter. As I stepped out into the cool night air half a dozen police rushed past me into the performing space. At least no one accuses the Klinker of opting for the easy life."

Clive Bell - A History of the LMC, Variant Issue 8



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