Urban Emergency // Word // Sound Dirty Cop Friday

28 Aug 2009

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The Old Police Station

England, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • Buses: 36, 436, 171, 53, 177.
  • Overground/East London tube line: New Cross tube, 4 mins walk. New Cross Gate tube, 15 mins
  • Deptford Train Station - 8 Min Walk

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Exhibition: 8pm Live Band: 8.30pm Spoken Word: 9.15pm Live Band: 10pm Bar: 6-11pm This month we are proud to invite you a line up of live music and spoken word accompanied by a workshop at Volume Project Space. Dirty Cop Friday is the last Friday of every month, coinciding with late night openings at local galleries. Volume Project Space // 8pm In his presentation and workshop on self-evacuation for Londoners, Caspar Below will try to find out whether there are alternatives to authority-led evacuations in urban emergencies. This will be followed by a workshop where he will discuss different scenarios for London, as well as the option to take evacuation into our own hands. Time permitting he will carry out some practical exercises. Inside the project space, Olivia Hegarty will be conducting a 'Stuff Swap' alongside her new installation. ........................................................................ and in The Interview Room: Matt Finucane // 8.30pm www.myspace.com/mattfinucane Richard Dyer // 9.15pm Richard Dyer's poetry and fiction have been published in Contemporary, Ambit, Moving Worlds, Le Gun, Victoria, / seconds, Die Ausensites des Elementes, Junger Welt and Cronica Latina. He has read at events associated with the Galway Literary Festival in 2000 and 2005, the Hackney Literary Festival and at Blacks, The Colony Club, the French House and The Chelsea Arts Club. Richard Dyer is News Editor and London Correspondent for Contemporary magazine, for which he writes a monthly column on the London artworld; Assistant Editor at Third Text: Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Art and Culture; and Art Editor of Wasafiri, the magazine of international contemporary writing. This Fruitful Earth // 10pm www.myspace.com/thefruitfulearth The Fruitful Earth are in London to promote their debut album. Wonderful songs with an earthy British Rock n Roll feel. Come and join us on our Earth Bound Space Exploration of the large and lovely venues of London Town.


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