Events > Fac 121 From The North
Factory bands, Hacienda live videos, Peter Saville Design and Hacienda hairdressers 'Swing' reside for one week at the Riverside Studios in London; see transcript of flyer for the event below.
FROM FACTORY - FAC 121
A SERIES OF LONDON PREMIERES
at Riverside Studios, Hammersmith - Monday to Saturday, 13th to 18th August 1984
MUSIC - THE DURUTTI COLUMN
The elemental two piece blossoms into a nine piece orchestra and will be giving the first performance of the work WITHOUT MERCY to be released on album this Autumn.
Friday and Saturday, 17th and 18th August, 8.00p.m.
FILM - FEVERHOUSE
The first public screening of the most important feature to come out of the North West in how many years?
Directed by Howard Walmsley. 50 minutes. Thursday, 16th August, 9.30p.m.
DANCE AND JAZZ - THE JAZZ DEFEKTORS AND KALIMA
Break dance has broken; it as replaced here's to the thirties. The new jazz dance performed by the Manchester group who have shown and danced the way, KALIMA perform the new jazz-pop of which they are the founding fathers and mothers. Monday 13th August, 8.00p.m.
MUSIC - QUANDO QUANGO AND 52nd STREET
The two groups who have remained unhyped in England and therefore unsung, while moving from cult to overground in New York where their perfect beat move feet. Tuesday, 14th August, 8.00p.m.
VIDEO - THE FINAL ACADEMY DOCUMENTS
First public showing of the two cassette documentary video to be released by IKON FCL this Summer.
William S. Burroughs, John Giorno, Brion Gysin, Anthony Balch. Video from now and then. Two hours. Thursday, 16th August. 7.00p.m.
HAIR - SWING
For one week only SWING opens a southern branch - the most talked about hairstylists in the North.
Wednesday to Saturday, 15th to 18th August, 11.00a.m. - 7.30p.m.
MUSIC - SECTION 25 and STOCKHOLM MONSTERS
Section 25 will make the first London appearance of the year to coincide with the release of their radical album FROM THE HIP. Raw power and fairground melody from ALMA MATER, a new work by the Monsters.
Wednesday, 15th August, 8.00p.m.
DESIGN - FROM TECHNOLOGICAL ROCOCO TO THE NEW BRUTALISM
On the wall, an exhibition of source material for British design in the Autumn and Winder of '84.
By Peter Saville Associates
Crisp Road, Hammersmith W6. Telephone 01-748-3354.
ROAD: Turn left at Hammersmith Odeon into Queen Caroline Street, the left into Crisp Road.
TUBE: Hammersmith: District, Piccadilly and Metropolitan Lines.
BUS: Buses to Hammersmith Broadway: 9, 9A, 11, 33, 73, 220, 266, 267, 290.
Subsidised by the Arts Council of Great Britain and GLC funded.