Klinker Club London
Ipswich in September
Klinker Club Ipswich is back and we’re grateful to The Steamboat Tavern for hosting us this month.
Have a look at the lineup for Thursday 20 September.
And watch this space for details of our next Ipswich location!
Klinker Club London Kicks Off in October
The Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club will be our new London home, with the first event now scheduled for October 2018.
We are planning for events to take place on the 2nd Wednesday of every month thereafter.
Keep an eye on the site for the October lineup, coming soon!
Ipswich in July
After last month’s opening night sock-knocking, Klinker Club Ipswich returns with a bang to P J McGinty’s on Thursday 19 July.
New London Home Found
We are pleased to announce The Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club will be our new venue!
The kick-off event will be on Wednesday 12 September 2018.
Events will take place on the 2nd Wednesday of every month thereafter.
Keep an eye on the site for the lineup!
The April Klinker Club has been postponed as we are currently on the hunt for our new home.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any inside tips on a suitable venue!
We’ve had some great ideas so far and are in talks with a few possible places, but will be happy to hear of any undiscovered strongholds to settle into.
Keep an eye on the site for news of the new Klinker Club home!
The Remote Viewers
- David Petts – sax
- Adrian Northover – sax
- John Edwards – double bass
Gabrielle Repunk Tyrrell – poetry
Bicycle Clip Sex
- James Holcombe – electronics
- Hugh Metcalfe – films + words & guitar
- Matt Scott – accordion
Sir Gideon Vein – the esteemed & venerated Victorian thespian returns
Alix Hyde – violin from Macclesfield and known further afield
The Static Memories – Pulling at your attention like a super-magnet in a room of steel screws
- Gus Garside – double bass and electronics
- Dan Powell – electronics
Paul Taylor’s Trombone Poetry – Wunderfuel!
Jeff Hilson – poetry
Dave Draper – guitar
Bob Peachey – sax
Lyrically free improvising saxophone meets heavily processed, densely layered guitar
Fanny Octavia Batman – Monosyllabic Batmanic free rock with Klinker founder of exceptional millinery
- Hugh Metcalfe – words & guitar
- Stanley Bad – bass
- Jim Le Baigue – drums
Kath Tait – Subversive songs to undermine the psychology of modern man
First outing for trio of new sonic explorers –
Klaus Bru – C melody sax
Otto Willberg – double bass
Matt Scott – accordion