Thursday, 22 November 2007

Takeaway Shows

Fancy being an extra in a unique music video ?!

Julie Tippex Productions present the British premiere of Takeaway Shows - a French live podcast project that has featured Arcade Fire & The Shins, filming musicians performing in unusual, urban environments in single shots which can then be downloaded. For this special Arrivals edition filmed by la Blogotheque, Take-Away Shows invites a diverse and eclectic range of French and British talent to perform impromptu sets around Paris and London: Serafina Steer (harp, London), former This Heat member Charles Hayward (percussions, London) and Neman (drums, Paris) and Etienne Jaumet (Paris).

Further information3.30-5pm St Pancras International and Kings Cross, London
For more information visit
Julie Tippex's site or

ETA - this weekend

ETA is a huge celebration to mark the end of Arrivals. Join the parade this weekend and find out what's at the end of the magical mystery tour.
Meet at Battlebridge Road, at 7pm, (parade leaves @ 7.30).

Friday, 16 November 2007

L'Arrivee at St. Pancras - Saturday 17th Nov 2-5pm

Been down to the station yet? Seen the amazing Barlow shed? Marvelled at the beautiful replica clock? Yes, it's all very interesting, but you ain't seen nothing yet. Come down tomorrow for when the real fun starts with L'Arrivee...

To whet your appetite, in front of your very eyes, culinary gypsy band Taraf Goulamas will prepare a dish of snails in their portable kitchen, without even stopping the music! Catch the hilarious antics of award winning French Compagnie Joe Sature et les joyeux osselets presenting the UK premiere of “Out Of Service” a glimpse into the world of silver service waiters, choreographed with style and panache. Watch world famous illustrator Quentin Blake create a large scale drawing exploring the world of travel with assistance from the audience. And step, if you dare, into the barber’s chair and get a make over from Spanish hair art company Osadia who will be creating magnificent sculptures to drive away bad hair days!

Plus music from18 piece orchestra La Fanfare Jo Bithume - a cross between a philharmonic orchestra and a Dixieland jazz Band!

Thursday, 15 November 2007

Community Lens - part of Arrivals

Camden Arts and Film takes great pleasure in inviting you to the premiere screening of films made by budding filmmakers from Islington and Camden communities around the themes of identity and the changing environment of King's Cross St Pancras. For more information about the event and to book a place contact the Arts and Tourism Team.
Free – 11:00 am, 17th November 2007
The Renoir Cinema, The Brunswick
Closest underground Russell Square and King's Cross St Pancas

Without Limits films
A collaborative project between the London Boroughs of Camden& Islington and Film London Borough Challenge Fund. Local young people are assisted in making their film by professionals from Guardian Films and Sci TV.RKX A short film on the theme of Arrivals and young people's hopes for the future of their home - King's Cross St Pancras. Produced byThe Place and directed by dance filmmaker Michelle Kettle. History KX A short film created by young people with Shake Ur Arts in partnership with Somers Town-based youth music facility The Shed.
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