HYG BENEFIT : The Condition of Falling. Saturday 31st August & Sunday 1st September 13:00 – 22:00

Live performances and merchandise sales in aid of the Hundred Years Gallery Loudspeaker Fund

Doors 13:00 | performances 14:00 till 22:00 free entry (all donations and merchandise sales go to buying PA equipment for the gallery)

Performers over the weekend: Benedict Taylor (viola), Bill Thompson (electronics), Charlotte Keeffe (trumpet), Jan Hendrickse (flutes), Shirley Smart (‘cello), Daniel Thompson (guitar), David Toop, Douglas Benford (objects & harmonium), Ian Stonehouse (electronics), Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg (voice), John Butcher (saxophones), John Macedo (electronics), Lucia Chung (electronics), Lucie Stepankova (electronics), Luigi Marino (electronics & percussion), Mandhira de Saram (violin), Martin Hackett (MS-10), Martin Vishnick (guitar), Phil Durrant (electronics & mandolin), Phil Julian (electronics), Phil Maguire (electronics), Richard Sanderson (melodeon), Spencer Grady (banjo), Stephen Lewis (guitar), Sue Lynch (saxophone), Yifeat Ziv (voice & electronics), and others to be confirmed.

Merchandise donated by Burning Harpsichord Records (Bill Thompson), Confront Recordings (Mark Wastell), Phil Durrant, and others to be confirmed.

The gallery needs PA equipment. It does not need a big or a loud PA system — it’ll not be hosting the Rolling Stones. It needs a small, clean system to allow it to present electric and electronic music, installations, and films effectively. In-house equipment will benefit musicians who habitually bring their own amplification and open up the venue to those who cannot.

Download the Programme

Other ways to help: if you cannot make it to the gigs to donate in person and buy CDs, you can still help by purchasing downloads from the Hundred Years Gallery Bandcamp page:
hundredyearsgallery.bandcamp.com

Alternatively, you can donate via PayPal:

Click here to donate to the Hundred Years Gallery Loudspeaker Fund with PayPal

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