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Carnem Et Ciclum Dec 1972
Carnum et Ciclum was created by Leopoldo Maler as an event to celebrate  the original auditorium Below is the leaflet/poster  which announced the event  ________________________________________________________________              CARNEM ET CICLUM Read More
16-10-2012 3 years 38 weeks ago
Caught Up - Summer 1983
The Idea The summer of 1983 saw a variation - but in some ways also a continuation - on that year’s Easter Play Scheme theme of wool and weaving. The summer’s Play Scheme took the theme of spiders and their own weaving techniques. The theme proved to be very fruitful with a total of over 4,000 attendances over 54 sessions and some truly innovative takes on the spider theme. Read More
04-04-2015 3 years 38 weeks ago
Concert of Live Electronic Music - March 1969 25-02-2015 3 years 45 weeks ago
Contemporary Dance - April/May 1972
A series of dance workshops led by Di Davies, Dennis Greenwood, Margie Katz, Marie Riollano from the London School of Contemporary Dance.   These were advanced students who had come  to perform in Inferno and run dance workshops. Read More
18-07-2013 5 years 26 weeks ago
Electronic And Acoustic Music - Oct 1970
Three day residency by Colin Stiff, William Monical, and Phillip Wechsman at the Blackie in 1970.  Programme as below, laid out as we advertised it. It was a mixture of electronic and contemporary acoustic music and so is under both heads.   Read More
11-10-2012 3 years 45 weeks ago
Electronic Concert - 26 April 1968
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22-02-2015 3 years 45 weeks ago
Evolution of the Blues - Jon Hendricks & Family - March 1972
JON HENDRICKS rose from singing in his fathers church in Ohio to national fame as a chart-topping singer and composer in the U.S.  He presented the original version of "The Evolution of the Blues" at the Monterey Jazz Festival in 1961. Read More
11-10-2012 6 years 11 weeks ago
Family Threads - July/August 1989
This exhibition was aimed towards reflecting individual interpretations, through the medium of textiles, of the concept of a family, whether it be in the form of a visual metaphor as with Liz Pembroke’s work or perhaps, more simply, as a response to the presence of a particular member of a family, as with Betty Myerscough. The Artists and Their Work: Read More
21-02-2012 4 years 18 weeks ago
Going Solo - 31st Oct - 4th Nov -1988
The Idea To paraphrase the Press Release for Going Solo; Solo dancing may be a solitary art form  but the Blackie celebrated this art form, over the 5 days of Going Solo, in a very sociable way. Read More
19-04-2016 2 years 30 weeks ago
Hires 02-08-2013 5 years 23 weeks ago
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