Sound Festival: The Stage Has Eyes

Saturday 11 June 2011 | 2pm - 10pm
Bermondsey Square and Cinema, Bermondsey Square

Bermondsey Square hosts ‘The Stage has Eyes’ a new music|art|film festival programmed by Edwin Burdis and curated by Alys Williams (Vitrine Gallery). Performances by Ed Atkins, Edwin Burdis, LongMeg, The Grubby Mitts and Man Like Me on an open-air stage created by Burdis alongside a series of new temporary outdoor sculptures.

The event includes the screening of Rollo Jackson’s film “Tape Crackers” and screening/performance ‘Well, this is embarrassing.’ by Heather Phillipson and works by Bonnie Camplin in Shortwave Cinema. Followed by TOP NICE DJing in shortwave bar into the evening!

‘The Stage has Eyes’ was funded by The Bermondsey Square Community Fund.