TF18 Day nine events

TF18 Day nine events

Spread Eagle Pub Theatre

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Tuesday 17 July 2018
17:30 - 22:30
Tickets from £10
Live Music, Fun Time Partying, Festival
16+

Day nine of TF18

Running from 9th - 22nd July, Tempting Failure 2018 brings an international programme of noise and performance art to Croydon, South London.

Find out more at temptingfailure.com/TF18

Attend this event with a TF18 Day nine ticket or a TF18 Festival pass. Day tickets will be available on the door for £12.



DARC - Transformance

1pm
Matthews Yard: Gallery

Transformance is a radical new methodology in how live performance can be experienced, transformed and translated, employing a range of disciplines in an act of imaginative exchange between artist, witness/documenter, and a wider audience. This project aims to foster dynamic collaboration between diverse practices and to engage artists, spectators and researchers with the scope and innovation of performance documentation.

The collective will work with selected Tempting Failure artists prior to the festival in daylong processes of dialogue, performance, documentation and responses from multiple perspectives to the participating artists’ practice. DARC’s response to these practices will culminate into a live multifaceted installation.

This exhibition is FREE

Peter Eason Daniels - Cover Songs: The sound of a Record sleeve  

5:30pm
The Spread Eagle Pub Theatre

Yesterday by the Beatles has been credited as the most re-recorded and released song, by January 1986, 1,600 cover versions had been made. I will be playing the cover of the 45. Creating a document of the record itself. 

Cover Songs: The sound of a record sleeve is a project looking at the relationship between object and sound as well as the process of forming a document. The project itself is the process of playing and recording the sound of 45” record cover or sleeve. Creating a new soundtrack that is intrinsically linked to both the physical record, its artwork and the music on that record. 

Heidi Edström  [ingentinget] - The  Penal  Labour

6-10pm
Matthews Yard: Gallery

A foundation does not have to be expensive to be good, but it is worth investing in. A good foundation is essential to smooth out and conceal irregularities. And then you have something, something to continue to build on, on and on. Cover it up and create new outlines. Stare yourself blind upon the most inconsiderable details, and watch them grow beyond recognition. I’m building a wall between us. To shut me in, to shut you out, in a desperate attempt just to be like everyone else. Soon my nose will be covered by pebbles and maybe it's just as good, because it still smells piss in the town by 1 o’clock in the morning.

Robin Bale - The Mural Crown

6:30pm
The Spread Eagle Pub Theatre

An empty, spotlit space in the centre of the stage. In the shadows around it are some small domestic objects and home-made musical instruments. A large backdrop reads “l’etat, c’est moi” (“I am the state”). A figure is moving in the shadows, wrapped in blanket/robe scrawled with magical sigils and Dadaist graffiti, wearing a crown made in the form of a small castle. He makes small noises – scratching a drum, lightly shaking a maraca. The sounds get louder, words more coherent, snatches of sense emerge and strange instruments are played.

A disconcerting ritual is presented that physically and sonically explores a drastically unstable concept: ‘the Will of the People’. 

The  Palimpsisters  ft.  Tim  Lang,  Professor  of  Food  Policy. - Drowning  not  Waving   

7:30 pm
The Spread Eagle Pub Theatre

A dancer. A soundscapist. A professor of Food Policy. 

A cross channel swimmer’s feet encased in concrete – moving forward with difficulty – incessantly gesturing to the beats of an uplifting late 80’s, early 90’s Acid house soundtrack, interlaced with Professor Tim Lang’s continued discourse on the rise and fall of Britain’s food membership of the European Union over the past fifty years.

A pressing proclamation on Brexit’s effect on the food we consume and the free movement of people across borders. 

A generation of smiley faced ☺ optimists crushed within their lifetime. To the New millennials We can only apologise.

Sad face ☹

Uninvited  Guests  with  Oh,  The  Guilt - Breaking News: Croydon Edition

8:30pm
The Spread Eagle Pub Theatre

We call on people to gather with us in Croydon, to read the day's newspapers together, to speak and to listen. This is what the papers say according to you, the news at The Spread Eagle. This is your chance to get some things off your chest, to have a rant, speak truth to power and really vent your spleen. 

We will be newscasters casting out bad news, and we will exorcise the day’s concerns through the curative power of post-punk noise. 


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Spread Eagle Pub Theatre
39-41 Katharine St, Croydon, CR0 1NX




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4. Occasionally, events are cancelled or postponed by the promoter, team, performer or venue for a variety of reasons. If the event is cancelled, please contact us for information on receiving a refund from the responsible party. If the event was moved or rescheduled, the venue or promoter may set refund limitations. It is your responsibility to ascertain the date and time of any rearranged event.
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7. We regret that tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded after purchase.
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12. The event listed on the purchased ticket is strictly for ticket holders who are over 16 years of age. Identification may be required.

Organiser

Tempting Failure

TF18 - BIENNIAL INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART & NOISE 9th - 22nd July - Exclusive to Central Croydon, London Many moons ago, Croydon was famed for its performance spaces. The Davis, Empire, Grand and Warehouse Theatres are all sadly ghosts of the past these days, but fear not my friends, for Croydon is very much alive and kicking with more arts festivals and theatre than you can shake a stick at...and now, we have TF18; performance and noise art festival, returning this summer too. - Croydonist A showcase of over 70 artists representing 20 different countries comes to Croydon this July, each responding to the provocation of fractured bodies.  Join a multitude of events, performances, talks and more. Taking place in a host of venues including: Matthews Yard The Front Room Turf Projects The Spread Eagle Theatre Braithwaite Hall David Lean Cinema Croydon Council Chamber.   Find out more via: www.temptingfailure.com Schedule 9th July Shawn EscarcigaMehmet Sander 10th July Yoga in Black Kieran WakemanNiko RaesNicole Murmann 11th July Yoga in Black Kieran WakemanKatarina RasicRichard James HallluxulClive Henry and YolMother Disorder 12th July Yoga in Black Kieran WakemanArianna FerrariAshley- Louise McNaughtonSarah GlassErika Bülle 13th July Yoga in Black Kieran WakemanNatalie WeardenJoseph Morgan-SchofieldDale CornishMarie SégolèneJoseph RavenLeif Elggren 14th July Sebastian H-W Dale CornishMoa JohanssonManson XMowgli & the slate pipe banjo draggers Penelope Koliopoulou 15th July Sebastian H-W Dale CornishAngela BartramLizzie MastertonHermann Nitsch 16th July Amy Kingsmill Hermann Nitsch Nathaniel Wyrick 17th July DARCPeter Eason DanielsHeidi Edström [ingentinget]Robin BaleThe Palimpsisters ft. Tim LangUninvited Guests w/ Oh, The Guilt  18th July DARCAdam York Gregory & Gillian Jane LeesLori BaldwinANERHLOD - LEIBNIZ  19th July DARCRiver LinSarah DavisKUBOVPablo PakulaCOLDSORERocio Boliver/Thibault Delférière 20th July DARCJames JohnsonRiver Lin Thomas & Devaki MusicSarah DavisHollie Miller w/ Craig ScottLena ChenKajoli IlojakFrancesca FiniDave Phillips 21st July Orinta PranaitytėRiver LinDARCInstant Dissidence w/Young RootsNatalie RamusFrauke Requardt and Daniel OliverSarah DavisSelina BonelliHeather SincavageWeeks & WhitfordAleks SlotaJeffrey ByrdPETER BARENHermann Nitsch 22nd July Instant Dissidence w/Young RootsSecret TF18 closing party

http://www.temptingfailure.com



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