I am performing at LONDON QUARTERLY, The Forge, Camden on 14 April. At 3 – 7 Delancey St., London NW1 7NL.
Link to event: https://uk.patronbase.com/_Forge/Productions?date=1428966000
Date: Tuesday 14 April 2015
The first installment of the capital’s newest literary salon is headlined by legendary poet, novelist and filmmaker Iain Sinclair. With Heather Phillipson, Chimene Suleyman and Tom Bolton.
Iain will be giving a talk at the University of Roehampton in Barnes (London) at 4pm on March 12th. It is open to the public.
The subject will be Ingmar Bergman’s film, PERSONA.
The talk is entitled, ‘PERSONA: Mask & Flesh. Theatre, documentation, doubling, psychosis. Film as a ritual of disengagement.’ The film will probably be screened first- more details to follow.
Come and join us for a very special day of poetry and music at the University of Essex. There will be an inpisrational range of readings, talks and performances by University alumni, staff and guests, including Iain Sinclair, Elaine Fernstein, Ian Davidson, Angela Livingstone, Philip Terry, Kelvin Corcoran, Ralk Hawkins, Chris McCully, Alexei Vernitski and others. The day will finish with live music by the wonderful singer/songwriter and poet Adrian May.
BOOKINGS: To book visit the¬†Mercury Theatre website¬†or call their box office on 01206 573948
An¬†Essex Book Festival¬†2015 event.
A preliminary schedule:
OUT OF ESSEX: POETRY Saturday 7 March Lakeside Theatre
11-12: Ian Sinclair + Q&A
Much of Iain Sinclair’s writing and film-making is inextricably linked with London, walking and history.
At this event, Iain Sinclair and Christopher Riopelle, Curator of Post-1800 Paintings, will discuss how artists and writers, such as¬†Balke¬†and Sinclair have been, and continue to be, affected by the places in which they find themselves.
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FRI 27 FEB | 7.30PM
Swandown, a film by artist and filmmaker Andrew K√∂tting and writer Iain Sinclair, follows the duo as they pedal a swan pedalo from Hastings down the River Thames to Hackney.
The duo‚Äôs short film¬†Edgeland Mutter, described as a ‚Äėreminisce and flawed celebration‚Äô of Hastings, will open the evening.
The screenings will be followed with a live Q&A with K√∂tting and Sinclair.
Tickets ¬£5/¬£4 conc./¬£3.50 members
The Sea Interlude film series presents an eclectic selection of films that explore the theme of the sea. This project is supported by Film Hub South East with National Lottery funds distributed by the BFI Film Audience Network (FAN).
Link to event page:¬†http://www.townereastbourne.org.uk/event/swandown-edgeland-mutter-plus-qa/