Walk at the flipside festival

For early risers only…


 Join Iain Sinclair as he shares his interests and fascination with the culturally resonant and richly rewarding landscape around Snape Maltings.


More info on the event 


(I had never heard of Snaper Maltings).

08/10/2017 09:00 – 10:30



Last London: A Purge Day Out – Whitechapel Gallery

On Saturday Sat 30 Sep, 11:30am – 6pm 

Featuring an extremely rare appearance from writer Michael Moorcock in conversation with Iain Sinclair, who will launch his latest novel, The Last London; a post-cinema intervention by filmmaker Chris Petit; the debut UK performance of the Frans Zwartjes Sound System (the experimental film-music trio of Mukai / Kilcoyne / Schtinter); Stanley Schtinter’s endless bardo on artist and writer Brion Gysin; a screen of first-kisses by Samira Elagoz; 16mm invocations Cilaos and La Bouche by Camilo Restrepo; the ‘hysterical episodes’ of filmmaker Susu Laroche (Chaos Rule Us); readings by Adelle Stripe, author of Black Teeth and a Brilliant Smile, and Iphgenia Baal, author of Merced Es Benz.

All artists are present for this event and free protective sleeves are available for ticket holders.

Tickets from the Whitechapel Gallery website
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The Last London

Events at Gallery 46 in London to coincide with the new book release

There will be a parallel set of installations, archive, performances at Gallery 46 in Ashfield Street. With work from many of my long-term collaborators: Brian Catling, Chris Petit, Andrew Kötting, Effie Paleologou, Keggie Carew, Susanna Edwards, Susan Stenger, Emma Matthews.


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Iain and Will Self in conversation at Foyles

Event page and ticket booking


Wednesday 6th September 2017 7pm – 8pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Signing, Chargeable Event

Join us for this exclusive event with critically acclaimed writer and filmmaker, Iain Sinclair, and award-winning novelist and journalist, Will Self. 

Iain Sinclair has been documenting the peculiar magic of the river-city that absorbs and obsesses him for most of his adult life. In The Last London, he strikes out on a series of solitary walks and collaborative expeditions to make a final reckoning with a capital stretched beyond recognition. 

Will Self is the author of many novels and books of non-fiction, including Great ApesThe Book of Dave and Umbrella. In his new book, Phone, we meet the elderly Dr Zachary Busner – for whom the mobile phone is a mysterious object – and Jonathan De’Ath, MI6 agent aka “The Butcher”. Uniting our most urgent contemporary concerns: from the ubiquitous mobile phone to a family in chaos; from the horror of modern war, to the end of privacy, Phone is Will Self’s most important and compelling novel to date.

Iain and Will invite you to join in the conversation as they discuss their lives, their work and their new books. 

Tickets: £8 per ticket or £5 for Foyalty members. You must have your Foyalty card on you on the night to present at the door. Not a Foyalty member? Sign up for free here.
Venue: The Auditorium at Foyles, Level 6, 107 Charing Cross Road



With David Aylward, Claudia Barton, Anonymous Bosch, Jem Finer, Andrew Kötting, Eden Kötting, Alan Moore and Iain Sinclair.

21.06.17 HOME Manchester – Andrew Kötting Performance Q&A
23.06.17 ICA London – Andrew Kötting – Iain Sinclair Readings Q&A
25.06.17 East End Film Festival David Aylward – Claudia Barton – Jem Finer – Andrew Kötting – Iain Sinclair – 80 minute Film Performance
23.06.17 Tyneside Newcastle Andrew Kötting Q&A
24.06.17 Curzon Bloomsbury
02.07.17 Curzon Aldgate London Andrew Kötting – Claudia Barton Performance
02.07.17 / 03.07.17 IFI Dublin
03.07.17 / 04.07.17 / 05.07.17 Barbican London
07.07.17 Showroom Sheffield Andrew Kötting Q&A
09.07.17 Watershed Bristol Andrew Kötting Q&A
09.07.17 Broadway Nottingham
11.07.17 Chapter Cardiff
15.07.17 / 16.07.17 Queens Film Theatre Belfast
18.07.17 East Dulwich Picturehouse
19.07.17 Glasgow Film Theatre Glasgow Andrew Kötting Q&A
20.07.17 Filmhouse Edinburgh Andrew Kötting Q&A

Kötting’s project is in large part a lark; and it’s his mixing of fairly serious intellectual conjecture with whimsy, jokes and gossip that gives it its life – SIGHT & SOUND Film Of The Month

The future of humanity will be okay as long as artist, filmmaker and galavanting bohemian, Andrew Kötting, just keeps on keeping on.

He’s Chaucer with an iPhone, capturing the bruised landscapes of Olde Albion and keeping a record of his rambling, shambling pilgrimages, all in memory of fallen eccentrics.


FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT – https://homemcr.org/film/edith-walks/