EartH Is One
First Anniversary celebrations 13th - 29th September featuring Worldwide FM 3rd Birthday with Gilles Peterson, Jay Electronica, Benjamin Zephaniah & the Revolutionary Minds Paciphonic, EartH All-Dayer & more
EartH Kitchen relaunches with a programme of free events
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EartH has announced additions to its EartH Is One anniversary programme which runs from 13th - 29th September. Gilles Peterson headlines as part of Worldwide FM’s 3rd birthday on Friday 27th with Jay Electronica, Benjamin Zephaniah & the Revolutionary Minds @ the 17th London African Music Festival, Paciphonic, Superstition Presents: Mind Against, Anthony Child + Samuel Kerridge, Stewart Lee Upfront Work-In-Progress Show+Oxide Ghosts: The Brass Eye Tapes (SOLD OUT!), Hackney Comedy Experience with Reginald D Hunter and The Big London Flea (Hall) + Cheer Up Love Zine Fair (Kitchen).
The venue is throwing its first ever EartH All-Dayer free party on the 21st - a unique opportunity to gain free entry to the entire venue with DJs playing eclectic tunes throughout the day. East London’s Ay Chibs (NTS, Knowave, Balamii, Rinse, Radar) will play a bit of everything from hip hop to future beats and garage. Stoke Newington’s Weyland McKenzie (Wey & Nephew) has played at parties from Visions to Soho House. They’ll also be joined by Scary Things collective member Buru, and upcoming DJ Tsasha who’s already had guest mixes on Reprezent and Foundation FM. Full listings for the anniversary programme are detailed below.
EartH's first anniversary celebrations coincide with the relaunch of EartH Kitchen, which will be hosting free evening events featuring up and coming talent from September onwards. The venue's most intimate space will showcase artists and performers - including some of the venue staff - in regular showcases spanning a number of genres and disciplines. A sample of the recurring events includes EartH Jam, a monthly live jazz band taking over accompanied by a revolving line-up of vocalists; EFES, Friday night parties prioritising queer POC artists and DJs; YOUNG/DEAD, a series of shows promoting grassroots songwriting talent; a monthly Saturday night set from Total Refreshment Centre; plus spoken word and poetry from Born::Free. Yet to be announced is a new food partner who will be moving in very soon. Watch this space for upcoming news on EartH Studios x Community Music.
Auro Foxcroft, Founder of EartH and Village Underground says:
EartH Is One first anniversary listings
EartH free event listings
For more ticket information visit: earthackney.co.uk
Address: EartH, 11-17 Stoke Newington Road, N16 8BH
EartH Is One first anniversary full listings
14th - Superstition Presents: Mind Against
16th - SOLD OUT! Stewart Lee Upfront Work-In-Progress Show + Oxide Ghosts: The Brass Eye Tapes
Stewart Lee Upfront Work-In-Progress Show + Oxide Ghosts: The Brass Eye Tapes, film screening presented by Michael Cumming. A special night for comedy connoisseurs
18th - Superstition Presents: Anthony Child + Samuel Kerridge using EartH’s world class L-ISA 360 sound technology. A rare improvisation led modular synth set by Anthony Child aka Surgeon - one of electronic music’s most versatile and in-demand trailblazers in the unique art deco setting of EartH Theatre. Samuel Kerridge will be exploring the outer reaches of extreme music and heavy techno, testing the limits of sound and space and hyper-sensory stimulation. Fans will be treated to a one-off immersive multidimensional sound experience with awe-inspiring clarity and augmented sound panorama that is natural as it is vivid.
20th - Jay Electronica
21st - EartH All Dayer party - a unique opportunity for the public to gain free entry to experience the theatre, hall, and bar + kitchen in all its glory with DJs playing eclectic tunes throughout the day. There will be demonstrations of the L-isa Immersive Hyperreal Sound System taking place in the theatre, a tasting of new food at EartH Kitchen, EartH anniversary cocktails and an EartH Anniversary Raffle with prizes including free event tickets, merch, limited prints and more.
22nd - Paciphonic
25th - Benjamin Zephaniah and the Revolutionary Minds
28th - Worldwide FM’s 3rd Birthday
29th - The Big London Flea (Hall) + Cheer Up Love Zine Fair (Kitchen)
CHEER UP LOVE is a DIY publication for angry feminists, made by London-based duo Chloe and Selma. Tired of feeling overwhelmed, anxious and angry a lot of the time, they set out to create a space that could be a source of healing for them and everyone else who’s trying to exist and do their best in a weighty world.
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September 18, 2019 6:20am ET by Bang On PR