FRIDAY 28TH JUNE 2013
& SHERLOCK’S DEAD
9PM | FREE
To celebrate the inaugural Cutting East Film Festival we welcome two massively talented local bands – the brilliant Mammoth Sound and Sherlock’s Dead. Following their sell out performances at the Jazz Café and their high octane appearance at The Royal Albert Hall, Mammoth Sound will be performing a stripped down set especially for Cutting East. Through their love of different styles of music, they have a unique flair, creating a harmonious blend of Hip Hop, Dubstep and Jazz. The legendary Sherlock`s Dead will also take to the stage with their blend of reverberatedshoegaze and west coast punk. The band released their first self-recorded EP Indigo Sea (available through Band Camp) in early 2012. Their first full length LP, ‘Why Not?’ was released in early 2013.
SATURDAY 29TH JUNE 2013
A Spoken Word Workshop
4 – 6:30PM
Followed by speaking words open mic night at 7pm | FREE
Co-run by youth empowerment project Mile End Community Project (MCP) and celebrated poets Raymond Antrobus and Bridget Minamore this workshop will school participants in the art of spoken word creativity and performance. The theme of the event is stereotypes, so the poems created by attendees will showcase their own personal views on the subject. MCP will also present short films created by young worked with on issues of stereotypes surrounding young people in east London and beyond. Whatever your style, this is the perfect event to get your creative juices flowing! All participants also have the opportunity to take to the stage in the open mic event later on in the day!
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OPEN MIC NIGHT
A Spoken Word Workshop
7PM | FREE
Cutting East will be holding a special event for anyone who is interested in spoken word! Whether you’ve been creating poems for years, spit bars, or have never stood up in front of a public and want to give performing a go – this is for you! We don’t want to stand in the way of your creativity, therefore we welcome anyone who feels like they have something to say, to say it! This event isn’t a competition, it’s just an appreciation. It’s an appreciation for a medium that more young people should have exposure to! Come along, enjoy the poetry and just have a good time. The event will be hosted by slam champion poet Raymond Antrobus.
If you want to sign up and perform contact us on twitter, facebook or you can email us at: email@example.com, and put Open Mic in the Subject.
SUNDAY 30TH JUNE 2013
STREET ART WORKSHOP
11:30AM – 5PM
In this event you will be able get stuck in and be creative with spray cans, alongside reknowned street artist Kayleigh Doughty, better known as ARTiSTA*. London based, ARTiSTA*’s work comprises street art/graffiti, live art, murals, installations, character design and illustration. In 2009 she was the winner of the Young Tate prize where her work was showcased in the Tate Modern gallery. Recently she has worked with a wide range of audiences, companies and brands such as ITV, Dulux, Twitter and O2. In this event you
will have the opportunity to develop your artistic skills under ARTiSTA*’s expert tuition and help create a permanent piece of street art at the Genesis Cinema. Along with spray cans we will provide you with all the necessary safety equipment. BYO IDEAS!
Due to the spray paints participants must be 15 and above.
To book a place email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet us @cuttingeast