GOLDEN HOUR - The Final Act
August 24, 1pm - 3am
Here it is: the times for the last ever monthly Golden Hour at The Forest. Stay for the day and dance till the end. Or pop in for just an hour. Or stay out of our way. Whatever. We don’t care, this is the end. All times are subject to change, technical difficulties will be regular and you should expect and enjoy surprises. We’ll also have a poster exhibition and a chance to buy some of your favourite GH posters. See you there. Or not.
1.15 —- Tom Pow
1.30 —- Good music from Lake & Vanessa
1.50 —- Reel Festivals Film from Roxanna Pope
2.10 —- William Letford
— poems from up high
2.25 —- Toby Mottershead
blues and booze from the Black Diamond Conductor. Hoot hoot!
2.45 —- film
3.00 – Emily Ballou — Prize-winning poet and ace in the hole.
3.15 – Billy Liar — acoustic punk glory
3.25 – Luke Williams & Natasha Soobramanien
A Sonic Reading for Luke’s highly praised first novel — The Echo Chamber
4.20 – Ericka Duffy — master of all.
4.35 – Cardboard Orchestra
live improvised electro from another room
5.10 – film
5.30 – Anna Crowe — powerful poems with a gentle voice.
6.00 – Robin Grey — guitar, violin, accordion, love, barefeet, joy, music, happiness.
6.40 – film
7.00 – Kirstin Innes — stories that wham, pow, bang.
7.15 – Jen and the Gents — Poppy loveliness which warms all the cold bits.
7.30 – film
DJ Dolphin boy — kicks into your eardrums
8.00 —- John Glenday — poems like crazy shining diamonds
8.20 —- Little Big Band — crooning toones! — an easy listening mash-up.
8.40 – cartoon
8.55 — Alan Bisset — His stories are all right. His hair is perfect.
9.10 — The Ghost of Joeseph Seal — yes, haunting.
9.30 — cartoon
10.00 – Jane Flett — seamstress of most fetching stories and poems.
10.10 — Jonny Berliner — Joyus songs about crustacaens, exhaustion, and glucose.
11.30 —- Paper Cinema — A cast of hand-drawn marionettes are magically brought to life. This is what happens at the accidental meeting of inkblots, photocopies, cardboard, angle-poise lamps, the occasional table, video technology, a laptop and a banana box.
00.00 —- Jason Morton — Or is he? Stories or Disaster. We never know.
00.15 — Jed Milroy and Hailey Beavis — bring us up and break us down. Shake it till you make it.