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Political patchworks September/November 1989
Arpilleras: Textiles from Chile Read More
08-06-2012 5 years 24 weeks ago
Secret Gardens August/October 1988
'The universal concept of the secret garden, ancient and hallowed, is vital to psychic life, whether as a creation of the imagination, or as a real place.’    Read More
08-06-2012 2 years 9 weeks ago
Stan tracey Mike Osborne Quartet - 1st December 1972
This was the first of a series of Jazz Concerts organised by Bob Downing. Below is the programme for the event and a photo of Stan Tracey with one of the most descriptive strap lines. JAZZ AT GREAT GEORGES  THE Read More
11-03-2015 3 years 6 weeks ago
The 20th Birthday Celebrations - 26th - 30th May 1988
People were invited to join the 20th Birthday Party by visiting The Blackie during t Read More
18-01-2017 1 year 4 weeks ago
The 20th Birthday Celebrations - Sally & Judy's Party - 27th May 1988
Sally Morris' & Judy Bates, (now Gough)  Party 12 noon The Guo Brothers - on the steps of the dome. Read More
27-01-2017 1 year 5 weeks ago
The Common Thread – The Scottish T.U.C. Touring Exhibition February/March 1991
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08-09-2012 5 years 18 weeks ago
The Last Poets - Blessed Are Those Who Struggle - Dec. 1985
This was the first of two visits by the iconic group The Last Poets to the Blackie - the 2nd being in 1988 as part of the Blackie's 20th Birthday Celebrations. Read More
13-01-2017 1 year 4 weeks ago
The Last Poets - Oh My People - 29th May 1988
The Last Poets (Jalal Mansur&nbs Read More
01-02-2017 1 year 7 weeks ago
The Last Poets - Review
Of all the lines included in this collection - a collection which spans almost 20 years, from the late 1960s to the mid-1980s - the one that for me most tellingly sums up The Last Poets comes from the chorus to Suliaman El Hadi’s Blessed Are Those Who Struggle: ‘Bet­ter to die for a noble cause than to live and die a slave’. Read More
13-01-2017 1 year 12 weeks ago
The Movie Movie Show - 21st March 1969
The Movie Movie Show (The Pneuwritten) was a collaboration between the artist John Latham and the Event Structure Research Group led by Jeff Shaw from Holland.  The thinking behind the show, their influences and the approach of ERG is explained in some detail in the leaflet at the bottom of this which acted as a programme for the audience.  The following is an extract from the programme which set out how t Read More
29-07-2013 3 years 12 weeks ago