Drumsco

We are really excited about our pop-up with Drumsco this June. Drumsco is Japanese for ‘lazy son’, but also references the fact that Hiro and Mon are both drummers (with Teleman and Bo Ningen respectively) They have been cooking their amazing food at East London’s Pacific Social Club at the weekends between band duties, but are bringing it to Margate for two nights only. We will be showing Sprankenstein’s Emotional Television all night on both nights, and will announce the menu (which will be a … Read more Drumsco

Thursday night music, art, wine and of course, oysters

Thursday 15th March from 6.30pm until close sees a late opening of Tim Meacham’s show, Eye of the Needle which we have been showing as part of Turner Contemporary’s off-site public programme in support of their critically acclaimed show Journeys With ‘The Waste Land’. The work loops around ideas of dust and materiality, modernity and mechanical reproduction, but is tied together by David Bowie’s ‘Sound and Vision’ and a lot of haze! in order to open up the work for a late viewing we have … Read more Thursday night music, art, wine and of course, oysters

I told you there was something in the air

I told you there was something in the air by Jessica Jordan-Wrench is the second of our shows forming part of the offsite programme for Turner Contemporary’s major exhibition Journeys with ‘The Waste Land’, which explores the significance of T.S. Eliot’s poem The Waste Land through the visual arts. This show by Jessica Jordan-Wrench with dotdash is an immersive installation about static. Featuring road trips, radios and mirror balls, splintered voice and blistered paint. dotdash are a noisy performance company based in Margate. They frequently … Read more I told you there was something in the air