King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard play their biggest show yet at the O2 Academy Brixton. Support comes from Very Special Guests and mild high club. Tickets available from the usual spots on Friday 20th October at 10am
Ticket prices from £20.75 excluding booking fees. O2 Priority pre-sale – Wednesday 18th October at 10am General on-sale – Friday 20th October at10am Please Note: Minimum Age Restriction: No under 8’s. Under 14’s with an adult 18+ and seated in the balcony Special guests mild high club
The Berlin-based pianist and composer makes a much-anticipated return to the live stage following 2017’s hiatus, playing brand new material in an intimate set-up for three nights. Nils Frahm is one of the most talked-about musicians of his generation, at the vanguard of a new wave of composers and performers forging new paths through experimenting with instrumentation and technology. Blending Classical composition with elements of Electronica, his music takes influence as much from the percussive rhythms of the Techno of his native Berlin as Ambient music, Post-Rock and Minimalism. In 2016 he hosted and curated Possibly Colliding here – a triumphant marathon weekend which also featured Penguin Café, Anna von Hausswolff and many more – and his mesmerising live shows have been acclaimed worldwide. These events are now SOLD OUT Produced by the Barbican in association with Bird on the Wire See all upcoming tour dates over at his official website: nilsfrahm.com
Opening Gala: Isle of Dogs Wednesday 21 February (19.00) Glasgow Film Festival 2018 will open on 21 February with the UK premiere of Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. The latest film from the director of The Grand Budapest Hotel (which had its UK premiere at Glasgow Film Festival 2014) and Fantastic Mr Fox, the animated adventure Isle of Dogs tells the story of Atari Kobayashi, 12-year-old ward to corrupt Mayor Kobayashi. When, by Executive Decree, all the canine pets of Megasaki City are exiled to a vast garbage-dump, Atari sets off alone in a miniature Junior-Turbo Prop and flies to Trash Island in search of his bodyguard-dog, Spots. There, with the assistance of a pack of newly-found mongrel friends, he begins an epic journey that will decide the fate and future of the entire Prefecture. The all-star voice cast includes Bryan Cranston, Koyu Rankin, Edward Norton, Liev Schreiber, Bill Murray, Bob Balaban, Jeff Goldblum, Scarlett Johansson, Kunichi Nomura, Tilda Swinton, Ken Watanabe, Akira Ito, Greta Gerwig, Akira Takayama, Frances McDormand, F. Murray Abraham, Courtney B. Vance, Yojiro Noda, Fisher Stevens, Mari Natsuki, Nijiro Murakami, Yoko Ono, Harvey Keitel and Frank Wood. Tickets: £15 (£13 concessions) On sale: 10am on Monday 8 January Ticket includes entry to the GFF18 Opening Party after the screening.
Derby CAMRA's awesome Winter Ale Festival: 21st - 24th February at The Roundhouse, Pride Park, Derby, DE24 8JE - beside the Pride Park exit of Derby Railway Station. Opening with over 450 draught ales, real cider and perry, mead (honey wine) and bottled (and keykeg!) World Beers. Some wine. Soft drinks. Hot and cold food (Pipers Crisps, Mr Morgan's famous cheese and delicious Oddfellows Chocolate). Live Music in evenings. This is a pay on the door event. For more details and admission costs see: derbycamra.org.uk
On the 21st | 22nd | 23rd February 2018, we return for the 3rd year with our annual event celebrating the inspiring underground culture of Old Skool & Jungle music. * Art Gallery * Old Skool Record Store * Seminars * DJ & MC Workshops * Label Questions & Answers afternoon. * Licensed bar FREE Entry to the Records store & Gallery from 11am to 6pm each day. Seminar 7pm to 11pm each evening including licenced bar and rave themed menu and cocktails, featuring talks from some of the most influential characters of the Rave scene. Wednesday February 21st Day time (MC workshop) * Limited to 50 tickets * Evening (Promoter seminar) Thursday February 22nd Day Time (DJ workshop) * Limited to 50 tickets * Evening (Pirate radio seminar) Friday February 23rd Day time (Record label Q & A) * Limited to 50 tickets * Evening (DJ & MC seminar) Night time (All night rave) Tickets on sale now. Seminars are limited to 100 tickets. These always sell out so get them quick
Futuresound Events Presents Alvvays Church Leeds Wednesday 21st February Tickets on sale Friday 22nd September from: bit.ly For fans of Best Coast | Teenage Fanclub | Cloud Nothings Listen on Spotify: spoti.fi Toronto-based five-piece Alvvays combine their fuzzy, jangly indie pop with infectious, sugary melodies that recall the likes of Scottish outfit Teenage Fanclub and nod to the U.K. post-punk act the Dolly Mixture. Tickets available from Lunatickets, SEE Tickets, Crash Records, Jumbo Records
It's back! Lancaster University's hugely successful Gin Festival returns for its second year, with over 100 gins, signature cocktails and live music and entertainment - more details announced soon!
Sir David A invites you into the jungle for one night only… As an avid fan of both nature and disco, Wednesday 21st February will see the two worlds collide for his first Bristol Jungle Boogie! So join Sir David on an expedition into the wild world of Thekla where on the waterside you’ll hear much more than just the sounds of the rainforest... Expect a vintage Attenborough blend of House, Disco, Funk & Soul in what is set to be the best party on Planet Earth! 🌴 RAINFOREST DECOR 🌴 PLANET EARTH VISUALS 🌴 MEET & GREET WITH (A CARDBOARD CUTOUT OF) SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH 🌴 HUNDREDS OF DAVID ATTENBOROUGH MASKS 🌴 DISCO, HOUSE, FUNK & SOUL --- Guestlist Info --- - 1 name per post - Guestlist is FREE before midnight for the first 50 partygoers! - Entry not guaranteed if the club is full - - - LINEUP - - - Main Room: Satin Panther Buckfast Boys Club (Disco & Funky House Classics Set) More TBA Top Deck: Clotted Cream Bristol DJ's
Announcing our first Bar & Kitchen event of the year, our VEGAN POP-UP MARKET on Wednesday 21st February (5pm – 9pm)! Join us for a evening of some of Glasgow's finest vegan fare, accompanied by fab music from Foxstar records... Featuring Kind Crusts East End Soy Division Glasgow Roots Fruits & Flowers Alliance Wines, Makar Glasgow Gin The Glasgow Kimchi Company Thistly Cross Cider In Bloom and Tron Bar & Kitchen.
2017, marks the 40th anniversary of Paul Weller’s first album, In The City, which he released with The Jam in May 1977. For most artists such a landmark would be greeted with extensive retrospective celebrations: lavish reissues and all that jazz. But Paul Weller is not like most artists, instead releasing a new studio album, because releasing new albums is what Paul Weller does. Always moving forward, almost clinically averse to nostalgia or checking his progress in the rear-view mirror. And so, continuing his never-ending creative peak, Paul Weller releases his eagerly awaited 13th studio album A Kind Revolution and announces a UK Arena tour for 2018. Kicking off in Brighton on February 17th and culminating at The O2 in London, on Saturday, March 3rd. ‘A Kind Revolution’ is released on May 12th on Parlophone Records and available for pre-order now on CD or vinyl. Tickets from £42.50 plus fees Box Office 029 2022 4488
The UEASU Presents PIRATEFEST 2018 Featuring Alestorm facebook.com The Dread Crew Of Oddwood facebook.com Rumahoy facebook.com The LCR, Norwich Wednesday 21st February 2018 Doors 7.30pm Curfew 11.00pm Tickets - £18.50 Advance STBF Avast, ye landlubbers! From the deepest darkest depths of the Caribbean comes ALESTORM, a drunken band of pirates on an epic quest to drink your beer, steal your rum, and be the greatest damn band that ever did sail the seven seas!
Waxing crescent moon in Taurus (21 February 2018) Join the artist Suzanne Treister for a meeting of The Future is a Collective Project programmed in response to J&K’s commission The space consists of a circle that travels in time. Treister’s and J&K’s work intersects along ideas and methodologies exploring imagining alternative histories and futures; time travel; altered states of consciousness as methods in the production of their work; questioning the linearity of time and space; manifesting visions of post-apocalyptic utopias and post-sublime futures. The Future is a Collective Project is a participatory research group for the collective viewing, reading, talking and thinking about art works/texts/books/films/projects that are positioned in opposition or resistance to dominant modes of thought. It is grounded in the question: Are we carrying the right tools to shape the future we want and need? In this session Suzanne Treister presents …No other symptoms – Time travelling with Rosalind Brodsky, an artwork she began in 1995 and released as a CD-ROM video game and accompanying book in 1999. Treister will guide participants through the world of her time-travelling alter ego, Rosalind Brodsky, after which there will be a discussion on the work and related themes. — Suzanne Treister lives and works in London and the French Pyrenees. In 1988 she was making work about video games, in 1992 virtual reality, in 1993 software and in 1995 she made her first web project and invented a time travelling avatar, the subject of an interactive cd-rom. Recent projects include Survivor (F) (2017), HEXEN 2.0 (2011), Post-Surveillance Art (2014) and HFT The Gardener (2015). An ongoing focus of her work is the relationship between new technologies, society, alternative belief systems and the potential futures of humanity. — The Future is a Collective Project was initiated by Nathalie Boobis in 2016 with the aim of exploring: // Marginalised ideas and practices of the past being...
Clear your diary ✍🏼 Hit 'going' on the event ✔️ Tell your mates 👯 Give your mum a call ☎️ We're back, baby! 😈 For over 30 years now, REC Night has been a proud part of your Students' Union's events line-up, and now it's returning for the second semester - bigger and better than ever! 🎉 For any new students who have never heard of REC Night in your life, well you're in for a wild ride! And for those returning students who've experienced the night before, you know what's coming and we hope you're as excited as we are 🚀 WE CAN NOW REVEAL YOUR WINNING THEME AS... 🎬🌚🦇🧛🏻♂️ HEROES & VILLAINS 🧛🏻♂️🦇🌚🎬 👉🏼 IMPORTANT 👈🏼 It's now time to choose your costume! If you're a member of a sports team or society, you will need to shotgun your group's costume. 🔫 The shotgun post will go up on this event TOMORROW AT 5PM and runs on a first come, first serve basis - simple! The SU's ruling is final when it comes to costume shotguns, you're all adults now, so don't act like kids 🤩🎉 If you aren't a member of a group then feel free to just come in whatever costume you like, within the given theme! We've just released tickets for the night! Don't be 'that guy' scavenging around for tickets after they've sold out - grab yours now and get those costumes sorted, this is gonna be a BIG ONE - goo.gl 👈🏼
Louis Johnson our sponsor is having a charity Princess Afternoon Tea with Beauty and The Beast attending here at Mount Hotel, Which also includes watching Beauty and the Beast film. It will be £12.50 per Child on Wednesday 21st February Between 12.30pm to 2:30pm Money raised will go to Birmingham Children's Hospital and Charity Money can be paid to Louis Johnson personally or at The Mount Hotel. Fancy Dress Is Optional Ages 3-9 Bookings Being Taken From Monday 29th January To enquire about this, please contact the sales team on 01902 752055 or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve been pretty busy here in SW3. January meant more than just a few licks of paint, as we under went a top-to-toe refurbishment and we want to show it off to you all! State of the art kitchen, beautiful new garden, total bar revamp, expertly designed function spaces and restaurant overhaul. As many of you are aware, we also know how to throw a party, that hasn’t changed! So pop the date in your diaries!
The Q8 Oils Spring Farm & Construction Machinery Show will be returning to Eikon Exhibition Centre on the 21st & 22nd February 2018. This fantastic machinery event features various agricultural and construction equipment, live demos and business management advice. A must not miss for any potential customer! This is a perfect opportunity to interact with existing suppliers and develop new relationships. This event is on course to become the premier Farm Machinery and Construction showcase, with millions of pounds already generated from 2017. ENTRY PRICES: Adult - £10 Youth (Under 12) - £5 Child (Under 5) - Free Parking - Free
Wed 21 February // 20:00 Tickets: £5 / £4 (available at Bristol Ticket Shop booking fee applies) over 18's only Join us once again to celebrate Women in Horror month 2018 with a series of terrifying short films curated and presented by Melanie Light, director of The Herd. Confirmed so far: Cracks (Molly Coffee - USA) UK PREMIERE! 16mm short film dedicated to the boy that didn't believe her. Nothing a Little Soap and Water Can't Fix (Jennifer Proctor - USA) A found footage film exploring the representation of women in bathtubs across cinema. Voyeur (Charlotte Lam & Claire Stradwick - Canada) The private spaces of women are unnervingly encroached upon by an masculine other in this confrontational work which shifts cinemas scopophilic gaze back on the audience. Cerulia (Sofia Carrillo - Mexico) Cerulia returns to her childhood home to find it is haunted by her memories El Gigante (Gigi Saul Guerrero - Canada) After attempting to cross the US/Mexico border in search of a better life, Armando awakens in an unknown room, his body broken down and a Lucha Libre mask sewn into his neck. 2043 (Eugenie Muggleton - Australia) Thirty years after a plague has ravaged by the earth, Jack, disillusioned by the dystopian society he lives in, struggles with his own desires and the ultimate truce made by society - to never touch again.
UOL HELP THE HOMELESS SOCIETY & ELLIPSIS PRESENT... RAISE THE ROOF FOR REFUGEES A charity gig night featuring some of the best new and upcoming bands around! LINE UP: WE WERE GLUE THE SEAMONSTERS GAZELLE SKINNER'S LANE THE ADLETS FORREST First release tickets £3 skiddle.com Second release tickets / OTD £5 100% of ticket purchases online and OTD will go towards MerseyAid and MRANG, 2 charities that aim to aid refugees. MerseyAid is a grassroots organisation committed to providing support to refugees who have been displaced from their homes due to conflict and/or persecution. They equip people within Merseyside, who have often arrived with nothing, with the means to integrate into their community. They have depots around Merseyside where volunteers sort aid that is distributed internationally to refugee camps and also locally to schools and food banks. MRANG works with asylum seeker and refugee women and their children including victims of trafficking, sexual violence, domestic servitude, other forms of gender based violence and human rights abuses. They aim to provide a loving, family environment for women refugees, asylum seekers and their children where they can receive practical, holistic and effective support. This support will help to transform the lives of women who have undergone great suffering and unjust treatment, helping them to re-establish their dignity and self-esteem while recognising their uniqueness and diversity.