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Events for 28 Sep 2018

Club MTV Freshers Tour 2018
ClubMTV Freshers Tour 2018

Date: 28 September 2018

Location: JJ's The Sky Dome, 2 Croft Road, Coventry CV1 3AZ

Time: 21:30 - 04:00

This Friday (28th September), ClubMTV is taking over JJ's with ClubMTV's R3WIRE and some very special guests!

ClubMTV have killed summer 2018 with huge shows all over Europe and they are bringing the ClubMTV Fresher's Tour to Coventry for one night only! With full MTV production and a truck load of exclusive ClubMTV giveaways.

Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/275636-0?pid=1887

Cost: £3

Warwick Art's Centre
Fagin's Twist

Date: 28 September 2018 - 29 September 2018

Every day

Location: Warwick Arts Centre Gibbet Hill Road, Coventry, CV4 7AL

Time: 19:30

Fagin’s Twist is the untold story of a notorious and complex villain. It imagines Fagin’s youth, driven by greed and ambition in the face of overwhelming poverty.

The streets are a place of little comfort and fairy-tale endings are hard to find in this poignant coming-of-age tale.

See Dickens’ Oliver Twist in a new light. Tony Adigun’s Avant Garde Dance flips your expectations of five familiar characters, with their unmatched contemporary hip hop style.

Avant Garde Dance is at the forefront of new hip hop/contemporary dance theatre, led by artistic director Tony Adigun. The company’s dynamic performances have musicality at their core and explore a myriad of styles, themes and media.

www.warwickartscentre.co.uk/

Cost: From £6

Six-piece electric group False Lights make folk rock for the 21st century.
False Lights

Date: 28 September 2018

Location: Warwick Arts Centre Gibbet Hill Road, Coventry, CV4 7AL

Six-piece electric group False Lights make folk rock for the 21st century.

False Lights are a six-piece electric folk group lead by multiple BBC Folk Award winners Sam Carter and Jim Moray. Based in the traditional music of Great Britain, but not constrained by its usual modes of performance, they have transcended their original aim to make folk rock for the 21st century to become one of England’s most startling and exciting acts.

Their first album, Salvor, gained five star reviews, a BBC Radio 2 Folk Award nomination for best album, and copious airplay on BBC Radio 2, 6Music and beyond. Now they return with Harmonograph, an even more ambitious and charged set of songs encompassing shapenote hymns, 18th century pirates, blizzards of shoegaze guitars, and pro-EU drinking songs.

www.warwickartscentre.co.uk

Cost: £16

Street Food at FarGo Village
FarGo StrEAT - Around the World

Date: 28 September 2018

Location: Coventry - Fargo Village, Far Gosford Street, Coventry, CV1 5ED.

Time: 18:00 - 23:00

Welcome to FarGo StrEat; our brand new street food event that takes place on the last Friday of every month until October!

Join us on the 28th of September and try as much food as possible from all areas of the world! Of course we can’t cover ALL food tyoes but we’re bringing in a fair few of our favourite foodies to share with you!

Seating will be available inside of the box and outside in FarGo Village’s courtyard.
 

Cost: Free entry

Journeys with the waste land exhibition at the herbert
Journeys With ‘The Waste Land’ Exhibition

Date: 15 September 2018 - 18 November 2018

Every day

Location: Coventry - Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Jordan Well, Coventry City Centre, CV1 5QP

Journeys with ‘The Waste Land' explores the contemporary significance of TS Eliot’s seminal poem and the way it has resonated with artists over the years.

A visual response for Coventry to TS Eliot’s poem

The Waste Land is a major work of 20th century literature, written by TS Eliot in 1921 in the aftermath of the First World War. Journeys with ‘The Waste Land’ is an exhibition led by independent curator, Michael Tooby, and organised in collaboration with Turner Contemporary in Margate, by the Mead Gallery and the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum in association with Coventry Cathedral. This exhibition explores the contemporary significance of TS Eliot’s seminal poem and the way it has resonated with artists over the years.

The works selected for exhibition have been researched by a group of volunteers drawn from the Coventry area and include historical and contemporary works by artists including Peter Blake, Jacob Epstein, Elisabeth Frink, RB Kitaj, Percy Wyndham Lewis, Paul Nash, George Shaw, John Stezaker, Graham Sutherland and JMW Turner. Through these works, the exhibition explores themes within Eliot’s poem of journeys and fragmentation. The selection also makes reference to Coventry’s history as a city fragmented by, and rebuilt upon, the ruins of war.

John Stezaker Mask CCV, 2016
© John Stezaker. Courtesy The Approach, London. Photo: FXP photography.

Cost: Free Entry

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