Monday 26 March 2012

Wednesday 7 March 2012

In March


SPRING DECOYS Festival Cambridge

14 March

Irum Fazal, Ground 1 & 2
Lisa Jeschke & Lucy Beynon, Terrorism
Jeremy Hardingham & Lucy Beynon & Lisa Jeschke, [untitled?]
Ollie Evans, Kinder Surprise #3: The Vacation of Mimotech and Zettel
& more.

For 15/16/17 March, see Judith E. Wilson Drama Studio, English Faculty, Cambridge.


filling in the blanks

16 March 2012, 6-9pm

filling in the blanks is a series of events, investigating how one could perform the blank book. with performances by David Berridge, Patrick Coyle, Marc Godts, Rupert Hartley, Sarah Jacobs, Lisa Jeschke & Lucy Beynon (another performance of: Terrorism), John Morgan and DJ Roberts.

X Marks the Bökship
210/ Unit 3 Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 9NQ



30 March 2012, 7- 9pm

VerySmallKitchen present an evening of book launches, readings, and soup, alongside a one night only exhibition and presentation by Márton Koppány.

Features book launches/presentations by Márton and nick-e melville, soup, and further readings by David Berridge, S J Fowler, Lisa Jeschke, Claire Potter, and seekers of lice.

X Marks the Bökship
210/ Unit 3 Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 9NQ


Maintenant: a celebration of contemporary avant-garde poetry at the rich mix arts centre

31 March

a presentation by the Hungarian Visual Poet Marton Koppany,
sound poetry & installations from:
David Berridge & Nick-e Melville
Hannah Silva & Holly Pester
Ben Morris & Fiona Kennedy & Jon Marshall
Tamarin Norwood & Julia Calver & Patrick Coyle
Ollie Evans & Lucy Beynon & Lisa Jeschke


Saturday 4 February 2012

Five Live Performances [ink on paper]

as part of

Preview on 17/02/2012, 6-9pm
Five Years
Unit 66, 6th Floor
Regent Studios
8 Andrews Road
London E8 4QN

[See Very Small Kitchen for online documentation.]

Wednesday 4 January 2012


Saturday 14th January, 7.30pm.

*Andrea Brady
*John DeWitt
*Lisa Jeschke

The Nihon Room, Pembroke College

There'll be free wine, a book table & a half-time break in a Japanese garden. It's all free.

THE FOULE READINGS are a series of contemporary poetry readings in Cambridge organised by undergraduates in English (Caitlín Doherty, Andrew Griffin, Connie Scozzaro and Tomas Weber)

Friday 28 October 2011

Performance in Berlin

26 November, 9pm
Abteilung für alles Andere
Ackerstr. 18, Berlin


Lisa Jeschke & Lucy Beynon
he's dead / he's dead / i've shot him in the head (30 mins)

If there is no such thing as the important, it is important that that which is unimportant - i.e. everything - is not made important. For if the unimportant - everything - is made important, then the unimportant is no longer unimportant.

"Their work incarnates a very rare and exciting mode of live performance which is at once art and entertainment [...] enlivened by a relentless openness to risk." (Cambridge Literary Review, Easter 2010)


Jonathan Styles
musical interventions (solo violin)


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Wednesday 27 July 2011

john hurts [from idiot] at the Edinburgh Fringe

8-14 August 2011, 8.15pm
The Annexe (at The Vault)
Venue 29
11 Merchant Street, Edinburgh

unintelligible demystifying piece to last forty-five minutes. neither very theatrical, nor audible, nor particularly important. certainly idealistic though. and quick. too quick some might say.

A discrepant piece of minimalist theatre after both Konrad Bayer's 1960 text 'idiot' and the writings of Simone Weil, john hurts [from idiot] is a theatre essay undermined. Audiences have thrown it everything from belly laughter to abuse - certainly it asks for effort and attention. john hurts [from idiot] is political, ridiculous and, if you like, difficult; but whether you find the critical in its idiocy or vice versa, it is a delicate little fart of a piece.

'Their work incarnates a very rare and exciting mode of live performance which is at once art and entertainment [...] enlivened by a relentless openness to risk.'
(Cambridge Literary Review, Easter 2010)

Tuesday 26 July 2011

in other words


Poems by

Richard Barrett
John Wilkinson
James Cummins
Rosa van Hensbergen
Laura Kilbride
Tom Graham

Amy De’Ath

Andy Spragg
Tomas Weber

Emily Critchley

Lisa Jeschke

Charles Bernstein
Jonty Tiplady
Keston Sutherland
The Liquid Bros.

56 pages. Staple-bound. Printed in an edition of 200 copies.