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Art, Music & Memory at the Soho Poly – Folk Performance

November 21, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Discover the ‘pre-history’ of London’s famous Soho Poly Theatre. In honour of its early incarnation as a folk club, come and disrupt your day with a lunchtime gig by Martin Stephenson, one of the UK’s most perceptive and best-loved songwriters. This will be the first live concert in the iconic basement space since the last ‘Polyfolk’ performance in 1970. There will also be a chance to browse the Soho Poly’s specially curated exhibition celebrating the relationship between Pop and Politics.

Please meet at the reception of 4–12 Little Titchfield Street, London, W1W 7BY where you will be taken to the theatre which is just a few steps away.

The Soho Poly is also hosting a zine workshop for the Being Human festival on Monday 18 November 12:00–14:00.

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Contact email address

morrisma@westminster.ac.uk / G.Osborn@westminster.ac.uk

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Yes


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Discover the ‘pre-history’ of London’s iconic venue with a lunchtime gig by folk legend Martin Stephenson, a music and memory zine workshop in the revived ‘Arts Workshop’, plus on-site exhibition ‘Pop and Politics’. More events to be added (see Eventbrite).
Is booking required?
Yes
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Digging Deeper: Art, Music & Memory at the Soho Poly
Contact email address
morrisma@westminster.ac.uk / G.Osborn@westminster.ac.uk
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Region
London
City/town
London
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Venue

‘Soho Poly’ basement
Meet: 4–12 Little Titchfield Street
London, W1W 7BY United Kingdom
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Website:
https://www.westminster.ac.uk/