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SUNDAY PICK: Today – The Pop-Up Circus back to inspire and entertain with Music, Art, Film & Theatre

This Sunday, London’s platform for the promotion and celebration of contemporary art will be once again popping up in Hackney. Pop-Up Circus takes over Platform Cafe, Bar and Terrace at Netil House, for an all day feast of art, music, theatre and creative revelry.

Pop-Up Circus is a brand new platform for contemporary activity, promoting and staging music, art, film, theatre, writing, food and photography in traditional and non-traditional venues throughout London. All this creativity is presented in an environment which is buzzing and welcoming, and is intended to be a real open platform for all disciplines of creativity.

The event takes place this Sunday 27th November at Platform Cafe – a warehouse cafe in an almost hidden location in London Fields, Hackney.

The schedule is epic, and promises a fascinating and diverse artfeast…

ART EXHIBITION 12pm – 6pm: Free Admission

Exhibition featuring the works of Jessica Charleston, Jane Elliott, Jack Lloyd-Jones, Chloe Edwards, Stuart Brough, Amelie Genestine-Charlton, Angel Gotor, Gerry Leal, Michael John Michael, Louise Ward, Zoe Catherine Kendall & Greg Genestine-Charlton

2pm: Laetita Stott – French Horn [4 mins]
Performing ‘Jump With Joy’ by Stephen Mark Barchan, who be will say a few words about his piece.

2.15pm: Joe Wright / James Maddren Duo [45 mins]
+ special guest Alice Zawadzki (voice)
Folk and jazz inspired improvising sax and drums duo with subtle electronics and warm textural soundscapes

4pm: Rehana Browne – Flute [6 mins]
Performing ‘Stardrift’ by Edwin Roxburgh

4.15pm: The Water Project [45 mins]
with real-time painting by Greg Genestine-Charlton

5.45pm Happily Ever After – Wuese Houston-Jibo (film) [10 mins]

EVENING EVENTS 6pm – 11pm: £5

6pm: Jenna Harris – voice, electronics [20 mins]

6.25pm: Joe Browning – Shakuhachi [15 mins]
Performing Suzuru and Oshuden Tsuru no Sugomori, the latter with improvised accompaniment by Alex Roth on guitar.

6.45pm: Falco Subbutteo [20 mins]

7.10pm: Zosia – cello, voice [10 mins]

7.25pm: Film by Miriam Elia [5 mins]

7.30pm: Audrey Milheres – flute & Nils Klofver – guitar [10 mins]

Performing Sonatine pour flute et guitare by Atanas Ourkouzounov

7.45pm: Craig Scott’s Lobotomy Project (animation to Gibbles by We Are TJB) TBC [4 mins]

7.50pm: Lauren Kinsella Trio [20 mins]

8.15pm Enrico Bertelli – Percussion [7 mins]

Performing V-eSnare, for snare drum, electronics and live projection

8.25pm: The Water Project [10 mins]

8.40pm: Miriam Elia sketch + Improv [20 mins]

Narrated sketch with actor Charlie Reston and improvising musicians

9pm: Pyskessa by Duncan and Kirran Bruce (film) [10 mins]

9.15pm: Aisha Orazbayeva – violin [35 mins]
Argot by Franco Donatoni
When Joy Became Mixed With Grief by Christian Mason
Either Anthemes I by Pierre Boulez or Sequenza VII by Luciano Berio

10pm: D’Exea [10 mins]
Flamenco set

10.15pm: Murder Disco – Laura Bushell (film) [2½ mins]

10.20pm: The Drones
Original folk-tinged music from this million-instrument musical beast

10.35pm The next stop will be Harlow Town by Greg Genestine-Charlton (film) [7 mins]
From Greg’s Parallel Lines Project, with improvised soundtrack by guitarist Alex Roth

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