First Events of 2018
Following events in Prague, Paris and London, Noise of Art’s forthcoming activities include the launch of new sister nights in London, programming a new arena at Chateau Perché Festival in France, further events with European partners in Prague and the start of work for a new Theatre production starting workshops at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Theatre.
Amongst up-and-coming events, Noise of Art founder Ben Osborne plays the Camden TEDx on Thursday 15 February, while Camden Underground follows up new year with the first Constitution event 0f 2018 on Friday 23 February with Geroge T and Ben Osborne going headphone to headphone. Ben returns to National Portrait Gallery on Thrsday 1 March, followed by events at Red Lion 17 March and Big Chill on Brick Lane Saturday 24 March. Brit pop punk funkers Salad are doing their first national tour for 20 years, but not before Salad Undressed launch their new LP at the first of our new sister nights at the refurbished 93 Feet East (with a mighty new DnB sound system) on Thursday 29 March. Friday 30 March sees special guests playing Camden Underground, while we support a charity event rasing money for Alzhiemers research on Saturday 31 March. Rehearsals for a new stage play start first week of April in Cardiff, while the debut Vorsprung, our new live electronic club night kicks-off with A Man Called Adam’s LP launch party on 4 May, followed by a fourtnight of music and art events in West London.
With lots more to be announced, and more being planned throughout the year, Noise of Art would like to say thank you to our friends in Prague for starting 2018 with two great gigs. First at the Vlkova, a chunk of Berlin circa 2005 shifted along the rail tracks of time to the Czech Republic. And at Cross Club, recently recognised as one of the top 10 clubs in Europe.
Stand by for more Prague and European news soon.