Part two of a two-day celebration marking the end of A&S’s first ‘year’ (if we regard these as running concurrently with the academic year).
Part of Southwark Community Arts Festival, and therefore a partnership with Southwark Entertainments. If you weren’t into the poetry, it was worth sticking around for the disco.
Murry & Quobble contributing to a performing arts showcase in Bracknell.
27 July 1984 - 29 July 1984 at
Happily, two of our acts got namechecked in David Quantick‘s NME review of the festival: Surfin’ Dave sounded ‘like a cross between Jonathan Richman … and Billy Bragg’ and Joolz was ‘reciting, and inciting people to give money for the miners’ (New Musical Express, 11 Aug 1984). Business as usual, ...
A noticeably back-to-basics line-up of Worthless Words alumni.
Thanks to Patric Cunnane for finding the flyer.
Thanks to Patric Cunnane for the flyer.