Local Authorities must act on Children’s Health

A letter from the Department of Health and other expert bodies to Local Authorities   Dear Lead Member for Children’s Services and Chair of the Health and Wellbeing Board, Improving health outcomes for children and young people: Delivering and commissioning children and young people’s public health services and invitation to sign the pledge You will … More Local Authorities must act on Children’s Health

At Cafe OTO

Second and Third nights of I Don’t Feel at Home In This World Anymorethis week. Both sold out, sorry! At the time of writing though there are still a handful of tickets left for the two day Homenormalism festival of minimal folk/post-classical/ ambient noise etc taking place on Friday and Saturday… We also have the great Mensch Mensch Mensch duo of Liz Allbee andBurkhard Beins on Tuesday with the long time coming … More At Cafe OTO

Klinker at the Olive (see venues page for details)

First Tuesday each month!   Tuesday 6 August 2013 Roshi Nasehi featuring Pars Radio “Welsh-Iranian singer-songwriter (discreetly assisted by Graham Dowdall) is a beguilingly unclassifiable mix of traditional roots and crunchy avant-garde sound effects and beats.” Independent Sindre Bjerga Experimental psychedelic drone, collage music from Norway “Majestic balance burns through damaged synapse. Entrancing electro-acoustic scratch, … More Klinker at the Olive (see venues page for details)

At Cafe OTO this week

Black Top back tonight for instalment number 8 in their ongoing series. This time Pat Thomas and Orphy Robinson have Caroline Kraabel andRowland Sutherland along as guests. Tomorrow night Honalee presents the amplified piano of Klavikon – connecting the dots between Detroit Techno and Stockhausen, Cage et al… On Friday Samara Lubelski will debut a new set for solo violin alongside Tim Coster’s electronic miniatures.Saturday/Sunday/Tuesday are all bar nights with free entry if you just fancy hanging out and on Monday we host the … More At Cafe OTO this week

At Cafe OTO this week

Tonight Wednesday:  – The Treader label is back with three new discs launched tonight: The Founder Effect featuring Pat Thomas, Steve Noble, Alan Wilkinsonand John Coxon. Should be a blast! Tomorrow night The WIRE salonreturns with an evening exploring the politics of experimentation in the state funded radio and recording studios of Eastern Europe during the 1960s and 1970s. The Barbican present Sculpture 2 with Rie Nakajima and DavidToop over at 1-7 Ashwin Street at the … More At Cafe OTO this week