The Groyne Gallery: A Sound Response (London)

The Groyne Gallery is probably the largest gallery in Britain. It is almost two miles long – at low tide. At high tide it can disappear or be difficult to locate. Sally Child, former director of the blue Museum of Smallish obsessions (bMoSo), saw the potential for the gallery at Walton-on-the-Naze in 2011.


The Groyne Gallery: A Sound Response
Sunday 25th November 2018, 17:00

The Intimate Space
St Mary’s Tower, Hornsey Village, London N8 7QB

Live performances: sonic responses to the Groyne Gallery

Graham Dunning
Sue Phillips/Tom Phillips
Shona Handley/Adam Kinsey
Laura Sampson
Dominique Golden
Kate Squires
Evie
Helen Maurer
Schroeder/Smith
Lou Barnell/Sally Child

The running order for the event will be randomly selected on Sunday.
Mulled wine and tea will be served at some stage.
It is a gorgeous venue but dress warmly as it is quite likely to be a bit chilly!

There are no toilets at the tower but the pub across the road and the cafe nearby are happy to let people use their facilities.

No admission charge but donations very welcome.

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