Saturday, March 31, 2007

Park Road Pilot, tonight in Harlesden

here's the blurb about tonight's gig, written by Rebecca, the organiser:
this month boasts yet another feast of interdisciplinary creative delights. In the visual arts, we have all manner of mixed media in Alke Schmidt’s deceptively beautiful and thought-provoking works. Andrea de la Dehesa shall lead us into the world of live art with a dance exploration of equilibrium and substantiality. Live music of all sorts will then follow with singer/songwriter Helen McCookerybook and her gentle, jazzy folky melodies of dark undercurrent. Pete too shall be here with his gathered musos to play welcoming the many musicians amongst you, so please do bring instruments if you fancy a live jam! All to be interspersed with the by now well-known readings of subVERSE schnooze...

inspired by subVERSE philosophy, prp will be raising money for Amnesty International ( by charging a mere £5 at the door. in order to raise a decent amount of cash, a cheap bar will also feature, so please leave your vintage wines and special brews at home. However, arrive before 9pm and your first drink will be FREE!

we love our contributors and want to keep them happy, therefore screenings and performances will follow a programme which will start at 8pm so feel free to get here early and hang out with the harlesden cats from 6pm onwards.

for more information about this month’s charity, speak to Monsieur Hahn, most probably behind the bar.

For those of you who receive a blank space rather than a flyer, ‘tis all happening on Saturday 31st March and the address is: 18 Park rd. NW10 8TA. The nearest tube is Harlesden on the Bakerloo line. If you are one of the many who come from Hackney like regions, the splendid Silverlink to Willesden Junction is the way forward. And lastly, if you are fond of buses, the 18 will drop you off very near indeed!


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