Sharron Kraus and Directorsound will be playing. There will be Clay Pipe DJs and a Pop Up shop selling Clay Pipe goodies which will include 'Market Only' copies of the Thalassing and Hardy Tree CDs. + A FREE COPY of the above A3 poster for everyone who attends.
• Darren Hayman presents ‘Thankful Villages’.
A Thankful Village is a village where every soldier returned alive
from World War I – Darren is currently visiting all 54 of these
villages, making a piece of music and short film for each one. He will
be providing a taster of both the films and music from this project.
• A rare live performance from July Skies.
classic much underheard debut album ‘Dreaming of Spires’ was first
released in 2002. This month has seen the album released on vinyl for
the first time. A Caught by the River classic. This will be their first
London gig since god knows when.
• Richard Skelton in conversation with Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood.
Richard, along with his partner Autumn Richardson, runs Corbel Stone Press,
taking a particular interest in landscape, the poetics of place,
ecology, folklore and animism. Richard will be talking to Colin
Greenwood about his new book, Beyond the Fell Wall, published by Little Toller Books in November.
• Poetry from Faber New Poet Will Burns and Martha Sprackland.
Named as one of the 4 Faber & Faber New Poets for 2014, Will Burns is our Caught by the River Poet-in-Residence. His pamphlet was published by Faber in October 2014. Martha Sprackland has previously won the Foyle Young Poet Award, and is Assistant Poetry Editor at Faber & Faber.
• DJ Frances Castle.
Based in North London, Frances Castle is a freelance illustrator. In 2011, she set up Clay Pipe Music,
a boutique record label determined, in an age of anonymous downloads,
to release beautifully designed and illustrated CDs and LPs. Clay Pipe
specialises in releasing atmospheric music with a strong theme or sense