The Pilgrim, The Poison and The Party

Sam Lee and the Magpie’s Nest

17 - 31 August 2011

Three groups of explorers in folk tales, music, performance, mythology, sound and sights.

Singer and folk musician Sam Lee presents a series of musical evenings organised in response to the current exhibitions at Camden Arts Centre. Held over three weeks, each event in the series will bring together a group of explorers in folk tale, performance, ritual, mythology, sound and sight.

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The artists will be improvising their collective response to the David Askevold and Mathilde Rosier shows, and will use a song performed by Sam Lee as a departure point for their own interpretations.   

The Pilgrim, The Poison and The Party will take place in which ever setting activates the performances best- the garden, the galleries or the shared space at Camden Arts Centre.

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