A Mighty Big If

 

Monday 14th April, 7.30pm

The House of St Barnabas, 1 Greek St. London W1D 4NQ

 

 

The House of St. Barnabas is excited to announce the next in its series of cultural events for Spring 2014. Writer, actor and musician Richard Strange, a founding member of the not-for-profit club at The House of St Barnabas, will return this April 14th with his A Mighty Big If series, appearing in conversation with the internationally acclaimed singer and recording artist, Marc Almond.

 

Almond has sold over 30 million records worldwide, his recent work includes recording tracks with legendary producer and orchestrator Tony Visconti for The Dancing Marquis EP. Marc also recorded vocals for a project with acclaimed composer John Harle called The Tyburn Tree, inspired by the dark stories of London’s history (from Jack the Ripper to The Highgate Vampire),  released in February 2014.

 

Almond is perhaps best known as one half of the iconic 80s duo, Soft Cell, which he formed with David Ball when they were both studying at art school in Leeds, and they went on to record four albums including the seminal Non Stop Erotic Cabaret, and had a number of top ten hits including Tainted Love. Marc then went on to a diverse and acclaimed successful solo career. He received an Ivor Novello Inspiration Award in 2013, as well as an Attitude Magazine Icon Award.

 

He will discuss his prolific 35-year career with Richard Strange at this intimate event in the beautiful chapel at The House of St Barnabas.

 

Previous editions of A Mighty Big If at The House of St. Barnabas have seen Richard Strange in conversation with the actors Peter Capaldi and Brian Cox, musicians Gary Kemp and Michael Nyman and artists Cornelia Parker, Richard Wilson and Ron Arad.

 

More info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/729961383705039/?fref=ts

Marc Almond is my guest on A Mighty BIg If on April 14th.

 

 

October 17th 7.30

Founding member of the club at The House of St Barnabas, Richard Strange returns this October with his A Mighty Big If soirées. The next in the series will feature Richard in conversation with Steve Frost on Thursday 17 October, the comedian and actor. Steve Frost became well known in the 1980s in a comedy duo with Mark Arden, The Oblivion Boys, appearing on Saturday Live as well as the original and iconic ‘I bet he drinks Carling Black Label’ commercials. Frost has appeared on countless classic British TV and radio programmes including ‘Whose Line is it Anyway?’, Radio 4’s ‘Just a Minute’, ‘Have I Got News for You’ and ‘Blackadder’. Frost is also a veteran of the live comedy circuit, frequently appearing at the Edinburgh Fringe and Glastonbury Festival, as well as being resident compere at the East Dulwich Comedy Club. He will discuss his prolific career with Richard Strange at the next in the A Mighty Big If series.
Show starts at 7.30 sharp.
No 1 Greek Street, London W1D 4NQ
(corner of Soho Square)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Richard Strange’s monthly Live chatshow, in the ravishingly beautiful Chapel of St Barnabas Soho.The House of St Barnabas is excited to announce the next event in a new season of live music events and conversations for summer 2013.Founding member of the Club at The House of St Barnabas, Richard Strange, has returned with his A Mighty Big If soirées.The next in the series will feature Richard in conversation with Richard Wilson, one of our most celebrated and original British sculptors. If you loved 20/50, the famous room full of oil, or any of his other iconic works, come and hear the fascinating man in conversation

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/journalists/alastair-sooke/6988825/Richard-Wilsons-2050-at-the-Saatchi-Gallery-review.html

The House of St Barnabas has been a charity in the heart of Soho, London since 1846. Its vision today is to create a future where sustained employment is a reality for those affected by homelessness. In September 2013, the Club at The House of t Barnabas will open its doors, the first not for profit members’ club in London. The Charity will achieve this through its Employment Academy, which will operate as the heart of the club and will be the vital key to success in realising its vision. The club will provide opportunities for work experience in a dynamic environment and first rate commercial hospitality training.

Further events in the Summer Culture Series will be announced soon.

For more information on how to register to become a member of the Club at The House of St Barnabas, please email contact@hosb.org.uk

Editor’s Notes:

For further press information, interview requests, images please contact Stephanie Knox at Margaret_ on steph@margaretlondon.com / 020 7923 2861

The House of St Barnabas Presents The Spring Culture Series
The House of St Barnabas
1 Greek Street
London W1D 4NQ

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A Mighty Big If with Richard Wilson
Doors: 7pm
Tickets priced at £10 available from http://www.wegottickets.com/event/229985

 

 

Peter Capaldi and Richard Strange at A Mighty Big If November 27th 2012

Two great artists were my guests on A Mighty Big If on November 27th 2012.

Peter Capaldi and Sarah-Jane Morris beguiled and delighted the sold out crowd in the beautiful chapel of St Barnabas, Soho.

 

The show was filmed by www.hibrow.tv for future transmission

 

 

 

 

It was a huge pleasure to chat to Gary Kemp in front of a sell-out crowd at the beautiful Chapel Of St Barnabas, in London’s Soho last week

The pleasure was increased by the opportunity of playing a few songs, together and solo, and having the entire event filmed by Don Boyd for www.hibrow.tv for later screening.

Richard Strange and Gary Kemp. A Mighty Big If. October 23rd 2012. Chapel of St Barnabas, Soho, London

 

 

 

 

 

Richard Strange’s lively live chat show, A MIGHTY BIG IF, was absolutely thrilled and delighted to feature the iconic and legendary Theatre and Opera Director ROBERT WILSON, giving his only interview while in LONDON for the UK premiere of his seminal collaboration with Philip Glass and Lucinda Childs “EINSTEIN ON THE BEACH” . My other guest were the amazing rapper, poet and playwright KATE TEMPEST, whose first play, “WASTED”, is currently on tour round the UK, and will be playing at The Roundhouse, London through early May, and my friend the NYC jazz singer/songwriter Jon Regen. My thanks to you all for an unforgettable afternoon.

 

2 pm Saturday May 5th.
The Chapel of St Barnabas
1, Greek Street
Soho
LONDON W1

Be sure of your seat in this small venue by emailing AMIGHTYBIGIF@aol.com and requesting a maximum of 2 tickets.

Supported by HiBROW.TV

 

WE ARE BACK!!!!!

Richard Strange’s monthly live chat show, A Mighty Big If, returned to the historic House of St Barnabas on March 15th. A packed house enjoyed the hugely eclectic mix of talent, discussing and performing their work.

The evening was filmed by Online Arts Channel HiBROW.tv for streaming later this Spring.

My guests included Simon Day from The Fast Show, who read from his memoir Comedy and Errors,

(watch it here http://www.hibrow.tv/player.html?em=lyc3ZjNDp4XtVorIwRWKfS6YpugOxp6S)

and celebrated choreographer Luca Silvestrini of Protein Dance, who showed clips from his extraordinary catalogue of past and current performances.

Live music was provided by the insanely prodigiously talented singer, song-writer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Ed Harcourt, who sang three heart-breakingly beautiful songs..

(watch Ed here: http://www.hibrow.tv/player.html?em=l4c3ZjNDocBicyl41o-9UsGH_pFw15T_)

To reserve your tickets for the next show, please email

AmightybigIf@aol.com

Places are strictly limited. Please only request tickets if you are SURE you can attend what promises to be a wonderful event.

Past guests include:

Michael Nyman
Mick Brown
Hyperpotamus
Brian Clarke
Lucinda Belle
John Leckie
Kate Daisy Grant
Alison Jackson
Ned Beauman
Robert Elms
Lail Arad
Simon Costin
James Rhodes
Mark Borkowsi
Gavin Turk
David Coulter
Mike Figgis
Cornelia Parker OBE
Richard Jobson
Robin Denselow
Simon Day
Gary Kemp
Richard Wilson
Luca Silvestrini
Ed Harcourt

Robert Wilson

Kate Tempest

Jon Regen

Past shows

On January 24th, to mark our tie-up with the exciting launch of Don Boyd’s HiBROW.TV, we held a gala evening at St Martin’s In The Fields, Trafalgar Square. The entire event was filmed by Don Boyd and his crew, and was a hugely enjoyable and successful evening

watch it here:

http://www.hibrow.tv/player.html?em=xncXVsMzorRuH6Wf4chVsV0AA-u1gUQK)

I was happy to welcome back to the film-maker ALISON JACKSON (BBC TV’s DoubleTake, The South Bank Show’s Alison Jackson on Warhol etc), taking a well-earned breather from her hectic End-Of-Year Round-Up schedule to come in for chat and to show some exclusive clips. I provided some music for her End Of Year roundup on Sky TV.

I was delighted and honoured to be joined onstage by Spandau Ballet’s Gary Kemp, who accompanied me on guitar (a fine player, by the way) on three of my own songs- THIS IS WAR, DUMB, and YOU WILL DIE.

Finally the great British sculptor RICHARD WILSON RA joined me for a chat about his work, his process and his plans. It was a fascinating talk with a complex, thoughtful and totally original artist.

The sell-out audience included personalities as diverse as the legendary actor JOHN HURT, film producer DON BOYD, SIR TIM RICE and punk rockers TV SMITH and GAYE ADVERT.

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TUESDAY 28th JUNE
was another amazing evening of chat and music.
My first guest was the man with 9 lives, and two jobs….Robin Denselow. He is The BBC Newsnight War Correspondent AND The Guardian Music Critic. He amused and astonished us with terrifying and amusing tales from thirty years of covering war zones, dictators and comatose rock stars, and it was fascinating to follow his career trajectory from aspiring folkie to Panorama and Newsnight.

The comedian SIMON DAY, star of The Fast Show, Bellamy’s People, Tommy Cockles and Down The Line, has been on a similarly nail-biting and gut-wrenching journey, but his battles have tended to be with himself and his addictions. A charming, modest and totally compelling interviewee, he read from his memoir “Comedy and Error” and had us in stitches with stories covering every subject from bed-wetting to Magic Mushroom picking.

A full house enjoyed this unusual but rivetting pair of guests

The evening was made possible thanks to the generous support of Francois Lavergne Champagne and Don Boyd/HiBrow Productions.

Next show is July 26th. watch this space for details.

PLEASE BOOK YOUR FREE SEAT BY EMAILING Amightybigif@aol.com

Would everyone who would like to be added to my mailing list for future shows kindly let me have their email addresses.

send to amightybigif@aol.com

many thanks Richard x

RICHARD STRANGE’S A MIGHTY BIG IF

My last show, April 28th, featured two old friends who delighted the full house with their lucidity, their passion and their knowledge..

The award-winning artist Cornelia Parker OBE

Of her work she said,
“I resurrect things that have been killed off… My work is all about the potential of materials – even when it looks like they’ve lost all possibilities”

and writer, film maker, poet and ex-Skid, the legendary Richard Jobson, who famously said

“Ahoy! ahoy! land, sea and sky
Ahoy! ahoy! boy, man and soldier
Ahoy! ahoy! deceived and then punctured
Ahoy! ahoy! long may they die”

(Into The Valley)

They were a total delight, and so were my lively audience

NOW!!! Generously sponsored by Francois Lavergne Champagne and
MyBrand Manotsuru White Japanese Sake.

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March 24th was arguably best evening so far, Two Great British Mavericks in tandem

We were joined by the award-winning British Artist GAVIN TURK who amused and inspired us, and the multi-talented Film director/photographer/musician and polemicist MIKE FIGGIS whose stories and insights were nothing short of revelatory.

David Coulter and I played two songs, Figgis blew his trumpet with great elan on one, Francois Lavergne lubricated the evening with his delicious champagne, in from France that very day.

Gary Kemp and Don Boyd filmed the whole evening for www.HiBrow.tv and we all left exhausted but elated. A full house made the evening unforgettable.

Thank you all and thank you David Villiers and Hollie at Quintessentially Soho.

NOW!!! Generously sponsored by Francois Lavergne Champagne and
MyBrand Manotsuru White Japanese Sake.

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What a brilliant evening February 24th was.
My guests were JAMES RHODES and MARK BORKOWSKI

Disturbed and dangerous, the British piano genius JAMES RHODES is currently taking the world of classical music by storm, by taking Bach and Chopin “to the limit”.
Possibly the only man in Britain with the name Sergei Rachmaninov tattooed on his arm in Cyrillic letters, his critically acclaimed album Razor Blades, Little Pills and Big Pianos, ensured his nomination as a Classical Brit nominee.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbJ2FQB_nOg&feature=related
His interview and his interpretation of Bach on an unfamiliar electric piano were nothing short of mesmerising.

For MARK BORKOWSKI, it all began, over 20 years ago, by telling a great story…
Since telling that story, the PR maverick has represented countless clients including Eddie Izzard, Cliff Richard, Shirley Bassey, the Bolshoi Ballet, Cirque du Soleil, Michael Jackson, Mikhael Gorbachev and Diego Maradona.
Jeremy Paxman announced to the nation on Newsnight ‘Mark Borkowski is the proud inheritor of the Barnum tradition of publicity’.
A true original in a world of weasel words and mealy mouths, today Borkowski is a brand communication agency. “I campaign for the power of the crowd;” he says “to harness that influence. Everything we do must tap into what motivates and drives the herd.”
He spoke wisely and entertainingly about the fame-fixated world we live in, and owned up to perpetrating some of the most outrageous and amusing stunts of the ;ast 20 years. I urge you to buy his book The Fame Formula.

***********************************************************

I so enjoyed A MIGHTY BIG IF on Thursday 27th January.

What a treat to have the opportunity to interview London’s favourite broadcaster, ROBERT ELMS, having been on the receiving end of HIS probing on several occasions. He didn’t disappoint…charming, funny,and insightful. And how lovely that his old muckers Gary Kemp and Steve Dagger came along to wave the flag. SIMON COSTIN, the jeweller, art director and driving force behind the establishment of the Museum Of British Folklore was a treat, sharing the rich and fascinating minutiae of his career and his hopes and dreams for the Museum., The amazingly talented singer songwriter LAIL ARAD, who has delighted crowds at Cabaret Futura and Songs From a Room many times over the last year with her witty, bittersweet songs and irresistible delivery beguiled the audience with four songs, and was in better voice than ever. My thanks to all my guests and to those who came along and were lucky enough to hear three talented, original and engaging individuals.

****************************************************************
Many thanks to the wonderful guests who braved the Arctic blasts and graced my show on Monday DECEMBER 20th,too. I was delighted to welcome the film-maker ALISON JACKSON (BBC TV’s DoubleTake, The South Bank Show’s Alison Jackson on Warhol etc), taking a well-earned breather from her hectic End-Of-Year Round-Up schedule to come in for chat and to show some exclusive clips. I shall be providing some music for her End Of Year roundup on Sky TV.

The novelist NED BEAUMAN came in to talk about his critically-acclaimed debut novel Boxer, Beetle, recently published by Sceptre. Ned’s background is in journalism, having worked as Online Editor at Dazed & Confused, Commissioning Editor at Another Man, and a comics columnist for Guardian.co.uk ……warning: he is VERY amusing!!

Music was provided by the lovely Kate Daisy Grant, whose quirky set and ethereal voice beguiled last month’s audience at Cabaret Futura and sounded amazing in the lovely Church of St Barnabas. Even her dog was transfixed!

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all my friends at The House of St Barnabas for their help and support over these first 4 shows, and for inviting me to continue A MIGHTY BIG IF in 2011/12.

My guests so far:

Michael Nyman

Mick Brown

Hyperpotamus

Brian Clarke

Lucinda Belle

John Leckie

Kate Daisy Grant

Alison Jackson

Ned Beauman

Robert Elms

Lail Arad

Simon Costin

James Rhodes

Mark Borkowsi

Gavin Turk

David Coulter

Mike Figgis

Cornelia Parker OBE

Richard Jobson

Robin Denselow

Simon Day

Robert Wilson

Richard Wilson

Gary Kemp

Nile Rodgers

Camila Batmanghelidjh

Matthew Horne

Dan Roche

Peter Capaldi

Sarah-Jane Morris

 

The next show will be on May 5th at 3pm

Open to non-members,

FREE ADMISSION

Profits to St Barnabas Charity for The Homeless.

Please book your tickets quickly by contacting

Amightybigif@aol.com

as capacity is very limited.
Recent guests have included Mike Figgis, Michael Nyman, Gavin Turk, Cornelia Parker, Simon Day and Robert Elms.For these events, called “A Mighty Big If”, Richard invites guests from the worlds of music, theatre, literature, comedy, art and film to come for an informal chat and to answer questions from members of the audience. In addition to interviews there is live music from some of the most interesting and amusing performers of the day.

 

STOP PRESS: 5/3/2012

Very happy to announce that this month’s A MIGHTY BIG IF will be coming from the lovely  chapel  of St Barnabas Soho.

My guests will be the comedian Simon Day, of  THE FAST SHOW, whose brilliant memoir Comedy and Error is published in paperback this week, plus the interationally acclaimed choreographer Luca Silvestrini, who company Protein Dance it has been my pleasure to perform with. Music will come from surprise guest.

Tickets are limited due to the small capacity of the venue. They are free and will be allocated on a “first come, first served” basis to people applying by email to:

Amightybigif@aol.com

A MIGHTY BIG IF starts at 7.30.

The House of St Barnabas

1, Greek Street

LONDON W1

 

All details here:

https://www.facebook.com/events/198689800237107/

 

Would everyone who would like to be added to the mailing list for future shows kindly send their email addresses to amightybigif@aol.com

many thanks Richard x

 

RICHARD WRITES ABOUT PAST SHOWS

 

On January 24th, to mark our tie-up with the exciting launch of Don Boyd’s HiBROW.TV, we held a gala evening at St Martin’s In The Fields, Trafalgar Square.

The entire event was filmed by Don Boyd and his crew, and was a hugely enjoyable and successful evening

watch it here:

http://www.hibrow.tv/player.html?em=xncXVsMzorRuH6Wf4chVsV0AA-u1gUQK)

I was happy to welcome back to the film-maker ALISON JACKSON (BBC TV’s DoubleTake, The South Bank Show’s Alison Jackson on Warhol etc), taking a well-earned breather from her hectic End-Of-Year Round-Up schedule to come in for chat and to show some exclusive clips. I provided some music for her End Of Year roundup on Sky TV.

I was delighted and honoured to be joined onstage by Spandau Ballet’s GARY KEMP, who accompanied me on guitar (a fine player, by the way) on three of my own songs- THIS IS WAR, DUMB, and YOU WILL DIE.

Finally the great British sculptor RICHARD WILSON RA joined me for a chat about his work, his process and his plans. It was a fascinating talk with a complex, thoughtful and totally original artist.

The sell-out audience included personalities as diverse as the legendary actor JOHN HURT, film producer DON BOYD, SIR TIM RICE and punk rockers TV SMITH and GAYE ADVERT.


Tuesday June 28th 2011
 was another amazing evening of chat and music.

My first guest was the man with 9 lives, and two jobs….Robin Denselow.  He is The BBC Newsnight War Correspondent AND The Guardian Music Critic.  He amused and astonished us with terrifying and amusing tales from thirty years of covering war zones, dictators and comatose rock stars, and it was fascinating to follow his career trajectory from aspiring folkie to Panorama and Newsnight.

The comedian SIMON DAY, star of The Fast Show, Bellamy’s People, Tommy Cockles and Down The Line, has been on a similarly nail-biting and gut-wrenching journey, but his battles have tended to be with himself and his addictions. A charming, modest and totally compelling interviewee, he read from his memoir “Comedy and Error” and had us in stitches with stories  covering every subject from bed-wetting to Magic Mushroom picking.

A full house enjoyed this unusual but rivetting pair of guests

The evening was made possible thanks to the generous support of  Francois Lavergne Champagne and Don Boyd/HiBrow Productions.

The show on April 28th, featured two old friends who delighted the full house with their lucidity, their passion and their knowledge..

The award-winning artist Cornelia Parker OBE

Of her work she said,

“I resurrect things that have been killed off… My work is all about the potential of materials – even when it looks like they’ve lost all possibilities”

and writer, film maker, poet and ex-Skid, the legendary Richard Jobson, who famously said

“Ahoy! ahoy! land, sea and sky

Ahoy! ahoy! boy, man and soldier

Ahoy! ahoy! deceived and then punctured

Ahoy! ahoy! long may they die”

(Into The Valley)

They were a total delight, and so were my lively audience

***************************************************************

March 24th was arguably best evening so far, Two Great British Mavericks in tandem

We were joined by the award-winning British Artist GAVIN TURK who amused and inspired us, and the multi-talented Film  director/photographer/musician and polemicist MIKE FIGGIS whose stories and insights were nothing short of revelatory.

 

David Coulter and I played two songs, Figgis blew his trumpet with great elan on one, Francois Lavergne lubricated the evening with his delicious champagne, in from France that very day.

Gary Kemp and Don Boyd filmed the whole evening for  www.HiBrow.tv and we all left exhausted but elated. A full house  made the evening unforgettable.

Thank you all and thank you David Villiers and Hollie at Quintessentially Soho.

NOW!!!   Generously sponsored by Francois Lavergne Champagne and

MyBrand Manotsuru White Japanese Sake.

 

*******************************************************************

What a brilliant evening February 24th was.

My guests were JAMES RHODES and MARK BORKOWSKI

Disturbed and dangerous, the British piano genius JAMES RHODES is currently taking the world of classical music by storm, by taking Bach and Chopin “to the limit”.

Possibly the only man in Britain with the name Sergei Rachmaninov tattooed on his arm in Cyrillic letters, his critically acclaimed album Razor Blades, Little Pills and Big Pianos, ensured his nomination as a Classical Brit nominee.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbJ2FQB_nOg&feature=related

His interview and his interpretation of Bach on an unfamiliar electric piano were nothing short of mesmerising.

For MARK BORKOWSKI, it all began, over 20 years ago, by telling a great story…

Since telling that story, the PR maverick has represented countless clients including Eddie Izzard, Cliff Richard, Shirley Bassey, the Bolshoi Ballet, Cirque du Soleil, Michael Jackson, Mikhael Gorbachev and Diego Maradona.

Jeremy Paxman announced to the nation on Newsnight ‘Mark Borkowski is the proud inheritor of the Barnum tradition of publicity’.

A true original in a world of weasel words and mealy mouths, today Borkowski is a brand communication agency. “I campaign for the power of the crowd;” he says “to harness that influence. Everything we do must tap into what motivates and drives the herd.”

He spoke wisely and entertainingly about the fame-fixated world we live in, and owned up to perpetrating some of the most outrageous and amusing stunts of the last 20 years.  I urge you to buy his book The Fame Formula.

***********************************************************

I so enjoyed A MIGHTY BIG IF on Thursday 27th January.

What a treat to have the opportunity to interview London’s favourite broadcaster, ROBERT ELMS, having been on the receiving end of HIS probing on several occasions.  He didn’t disappoint…charming, funny,and insightful. And how lovely that his old muckers Gary Kemp and Steve Dagger came along to wave the flag.  SIMON COSTIN, the jeweller, art director and driving force behind the establishment of the Museum Of British Folklore was a treat, sharing the rich and fascinating minutiae of his career and his hopes and dreams for the Museum., The amazingly talented singer songwriter LAIL ARAD, who has delighted crowds at Cabaret Futura and Songs From  a Room many times over the last year with her witty, bittersweet songs and irresistible delivery beguiled the audience with four songs, and was in better voice than ever. My thanks to all my guests and to those who came along and were lucky enough to hear three talented, original and engaging individuals.

 

****************************************************************

Many thanks to the wonderful guests who braved the Arctic blasts and graced my show on Monday December 20th, too. I was delighted to welcome the film-maker ALISON JACKSON (BBC TV’s DoubleTake, The South Bank Show’s Alison Jackson on Warhol etc), taking a well-earned breather from her hectic End-Of-Year Round-Up schedule to come in for chat and to show some exclusive clips. I shall be providing some music for her End Of Year roundup on Sky TV.

The novelist NED BEAUMAN came in to talk about his critically-acclaimed debut novel Boxer, Beetle, recently published by Sceptre. Ned’s background is in journalism, having worked as Online Editor at Dazed & Confused, Commissioning Editor at Another Man, and a comics columnist for Guardian.co.uk ……warning: he is VERY amusing!!

Music was provided by the lovely Kate Daisy Grant, whose quirky set and ethereal voice beguiled last month’s audience at Cabaret Futura and sounded amazing in the lovely Church of St Barnabas. Even her dog was transfixed!

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all my friends at Quintessentially for their help and support over these first 4 shows, and for inviting me to continue A MIGHTY BIG IF in 2011.

 

My guests so far:

Michael Nyman

Mick Brown

Hyperpotamus

Brian Clarke

Lucinda Belle

John Leckie

Kate Daisy Grant

Alison Jackson

Ned Beauman

Robert Elms

Lail Arad

Simon Costin

James Rhodes

Mark Borkowsi

Gavin Turk

David Coulter

Mike Figgis

Cornelia Parker OBE

Richard Jobson

Robin Denselow

Simon Day

Robert Wilson

Richard Wilson

Gary Kemp

Nile Rodgers

Camila Batmanghelidjh

Matthew Horne

Dan Roche

Peter Capaldi

Sarah-Jane Morris

 

Open to non-members,

FREE ADMISSION

Profits to St Barnabas Charity for The Homeless.

Facebook Page:

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=108412719222828

Please book quickly by contacting amightybigif@aol.com, as capacity is limited.

Entry through the chapel’s Manette Street entrance, down the side of Foyle’s. or through 1 Greek Street , W1D 4BA. corner of Soho Square.


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