Almost June already! Events and Radio UP!!D8s galore
One day I will keep this website completely up to date - every week it is noted in my resonancefm.com listings as the go to place for full details! If you are looking here after hearing about the site from my show The Outerglobe - welcome!!
The most recent show featured my interview with the brilliant Congolese visual artist Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga currently exhibiting at October Gallery Old Gloucester Street, London, with 'Fragile Responsibility' . The exhibition is finely political - an homage to the souls of enslaved people and an indictment of 17th & 18th century traders and contemporary politicians alike through the central motif of the Toby Jug and porcelain and Eddy's classic circuit board marked exquisitely rendered figures.
I promised the playlist - so please go to the tab titled Radio - The Outerglobe, productions
Sisters of Reggae are going from strength to strength. We have two regular residencies - Last Saturday of the month at Queens Head, Brixton (9pm-1am - Free) and Second Sunday of the month at the Prince of Peckham (3-6pm Free) and members have recently played in Italy. On Bank Holiday Monday May 28th some crew members are playing at Jam on Rye supporting the likes of Horace Andy and David Rodigan. More details on the Sisters of Reggae Facebook Page.
The big upcoming date is the Sisters of Reggae All Dayer at Five Miles, London - 39b Markfield Road, London N15 4QA which starts at 1.30pm and goes all the way through til 1am and is Free entry. Earlier it's outside (weather permitting) and is family friendly with the club aspect starting at 9pm. All the crew are playing - Lucky Cat, Naoko the Rock, Sweetie, Debbie Golt and Miss Feelgood plus MC MadX and later a PA from Teshay Makeda. There's vegan and veggie food as well and the customary wonderful 100% Reggae Vinyl 100% Niceness guaranteed!
June dates also include
June 10th - Prince of Peckham 3pm; June 23rd - Dogstar, Brixton 11pm-3am; June 30th - Queens Head Brixton 9pm-1am All Free
The Outerglobe UP!!Coming:
May 31st WOMAD p/review with Ella Golt and Frank Chamberlain guesting
June 7th MBOKA review and preview of January 2019 with Kadija Sesay, Anni Domingo and Olusola Oyeleye guesting
June 14th Grenfell one year on … with contributions from Justice 4 Grenfell and others in the community and poems and related music.
Hammersmith and Fulham Arts Fest is coming UP from June 2nd-10th including the Big Red Bus and the Unity Day where Nsimba Foggis and Taxi Pata Pata as well as Ella the Great are taking part. hf-artsfest.com