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Battle Of The Eyes with Trevor Jackson: The Noise Of Our Art


For the grand finale of Comica at Central Saint Martins, from 7.30pm in The Platform Theatre on the Saturday night April 2th, Comica presents Battle Of The Eyes in The Noise Of Our Art, the first amazing collaboration between live performance painters Chris Long and Edwin Pouncey and leading musician and DJ Trevor Jackson. An unmissable mash-up of comics, painting and music, before your every eyes, and ears!  There’s also a chance to see Mario Cavalli’s film of BOTE,  What We Do. Book your tickets now for only £5 or £3 concessions. The evening ends with our Comiket after-party in the Foyer till 10pm - do join us.

When: Saturday April 20th, 7.30-8.30pm.

Where: The Platform Theatre, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, Handyside Street, London N1C 4AA. 

Tickets: £5/£3 concs.
Where: Central Saint Martins, King's Cross, N1C 4AA
When: Saturday, April 20, 2013 7.30-8.30pm


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