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Posts Tagged ‘animal magic tricks’

Willkommen at Charleston this Friday

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

We have an extra special show this weekend arthritis grounds of Charleston house. The house was owned by Virginia Woolf’s sister Vanessa Bell with her husband Duncan Grant and over the years became the artistic home of the writers and painters that made up the Bloomsbury Group – including Virginia Woolf, John Maynard Keynes, E. M. Forster and Lytton Strachey.

We’re not quite as influential as the Bloomsbury Group (yet!) but as a Sussex via London based community of like minded thinkers it seems like a nice fit to be playing in their beautiful home.

The lineup features Rowan Coupland, Animal Magic Tricks, Woodpecker Wooliams and Laish. The event runs from 10pm – 11.30pm this Friday (24th) and forms part of Charleston’s excellent short story festival, Small Wonder. The event is totally acoustic.

Tickets are available directly from Charleston on 01323 811626. The capacity is only 50 and at the time of writing I know there are fewer than 5 tickets remaining.

First of two exciting all day shows announced: Diane Cluck, Alessi’s Ark and more

Monday, July 19th, 2010

Keep September 11th and 12th free because we have two extra special Willkommen all day shows!

Saturday September 11th sees Diane Cluck and Anders Griffen, Wig Smith, Alessi’s Ark, Robert Stillman, Animal Magic Tricks, Woodpecker Wooliams and Redwood Red bring their beautiful music to the beautiful West Hill Hall – all for just £7. Doors are at 4pm. Lots more details to be announced soon, tickets are available from Wegottickets.com now and Resident Records shortly.

In the next few days we’ll be announcing an even more exciting show for September 12th, with an extra special guest headliner, in an absolutely extraordinary venue, with three stages…  so keep checking back.