Friday, 13 July 2012

Thrice Great

Final countdown to A Pleasure Dome commences.

For those in London we offer a welcome respite to the paramilitary lock down and paranoia of the Olympics. Brighton is an hour away by direct train from Victoria and worlds away from the sniper nests, missile arrays and general dis-ease of the corporate capital. You will be easily able to catch the last train back if you so desire.

You owe yourself this dalliance. 



Three events to be aware of this coming week as the excitement builds:

First up Carl Abrahamsson launches Fenris Wolf 5 at Atlantis Books in Museum Street, London on Thursday July 19. Fenris Wolf is a very important journal of occulture which bridges between the artistic avant garde, musical innovators and the esoteric underground. A chance to catch up with Carl before he makes the trip down to Brighton.

Carl will be presenting at A Pleasure Dome under the exciting title: "Go forth and let your brain halves procreate” A consistently engaging and challenging mind, we're delighted that he is a part of this, and from the amped emails, so is Mr Abrahamsson!

Next Orryelle launches Solve, the Black Book of his Alchemical quartet at Treadwell's Bookshop on Friday 20. He will be traipsing his barefoot path to Brighton for a theatrical performance with us the following day. We suggest you make like maenads and do likewise.

At A Pleasure Dome he will be launching an audio CD of the sung verses (with full instrumentation) of the Orphic Mystery Play 'Solve et Coagula' which he is performing there, to go with the illustrated libretto: http://www.crossroads.wild.net.au/orpheus.htm




A Pleasure Dome will be inaugurated on Saturday July 21 in Brighton, with events starting at eleven sharp and culminating at eleven in the eve. 

Six speakers, two dancers, one theatrical extravaganza in two acts, recitations, music, dj, esoteric cinema screenings and sheer exhiliration.
The full line-up is given here:

http://www.scarletimprint.com/pleasuredome.htm

Tickets are issued by email and cost £15.


Please note, the address of the venue is not given online for security reasons.
We will send you the location details with your ticket by email to our very central and impressive venue, five minutes from both the station and the sea. . 

If you are wavering we urge you to tip over the brink.
Events of this nature are few and far between.

Join us!


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