Edward Barton: Live Dates - 2005
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|21 Aug: Superqueens / Edward Barton / The Seven Sisters / Robin Nature-Bold and Band(ism) / Anonymous X, Kings Arms, Salford, England|
21 Aug: Superqueens / Edward Barton / The Seven Sisters / Robin Nature-Bold and Band(ism) / Anonymous X: Kings Arms, Salford, England
|18 Feb: Auto Test Pilot 3, Mint Lounge, Manchester, England|
At 'Auto Test Pilot 3' we'll have The Owl Project, Bob & Roberta Smith & Piano, Mr Thompson playing records, more from Edward Barton and many more oddities to name... You may also catch Robin Nature-Bold & Band(ism) at the Mint Lounge, Oldham Street, Manchester, 18th Feb
|30 Jan: Walking My Troubles Away presents: Auto Test Pilot 2, Tiger Lounge, Manchester, England|
Walking My Troubles Away’ Present
‘Auto Test Pilot 2’
(spoken word - live performance – art performance – oddities – and beatnik stupor)
Sunday 30th January 2005
7pm – 1pm
(Free In, plus a bottle of wine for a fiver)
Edward Barton (ATP resident contributor), Little Brother Graham (finger lickin' ragtime acoustic blues), The Suns of Potto (music for the deceased), Norman Clayture & Imogen Powder (performative players), Janet Tent (mentalist & wordsmith), Sue Fox (words of wisdumb), Steve Manford (playing records) and Mr Walker (comparing things to one another).
And other odd stuff...
Please note we strongly recommend eating vegan cheese before bed...
For further info email: email@example.com
A little more info:
'Auto Test Pilot' has be created (as Art) by 'Walking My Troubles Away' (Mr Chavez-Dawson & Robin Nature-Bold) who bought you the first and second ever appearance (in Manchester) of 'Wild Billy Childish & The Buff Medways', the album launch of Skinny Dog's 'Superqueens', and numerous appearances by Edward Barton. ATP is dedicated to beatnik stupor - erratic and eccentric ideas, it aspires to be a hub of bohemian discourse.
We strive to work with the damm right awkward:
Artists, poets, people with unruly record collections (we prefer a record player to a DJ), old or new lecturers, performers, mad professors, prophets and general folk who need a leg up.
ATP are keen for people to do 2 minute mini-lectures on an odd thing that may or may not have happened to them.
We might even start doing show and tell...