Saturday, October 10, 2015

Free Range with Iain Sinclair and Richard Hull

8th October 2015
Mrs. Jones' Kitchen, Canterbury

The second Free Range event of the season. Richard Hull played two sets of short solo trumpet pieces with curious, amusing titles, alternating with Iain Sinclair reading psychogeographical poetry (much of it about Hastings — I'm guessing he now lives there). One "found poem" assembled from fragments of mobile phone conversations overheard on London overground trains was particularly memorable and well received, but best of all was the poem "Blair's Grave" from around the time of the Iraq invasion, accompanied by Sam Bailey playing intense, unhinged prepared piano:


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