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Saturday 10 August Vauxhall club runners Duckie

Postby Ice Maiden » Fri Jul 26, 2013 1:40 pm

Hi there,

From the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens to the Royal Vauxhall Tavern the turf along the Thames has long been the place to sample nocturnal revelries and illicit pleasures. On Saturday 10 August Vauxhall club runners Duckie take a look at how getting on it has been a way of life in their manor.

A twelve hour day of talks, shows and workshops climaxes with the Duckie Summer Party. Amy Lamé, DJs Readers Wifes and lots of Duckie all-stars present tipsy hoopla, short sharp shows and performance hurdy-gurdy.

We’d love to see you, your friends and family at these events – can you help us spread the word by sending them this eflyer or posting the details to your Twitter, Facebook, or website?

Thanks,
Katherine

Belvedere Road|London|SE1 8XX
020 7921 0713
southbankcentre.co.uk

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THE JOY AND PAIN IN DUCKIE'S PLEASURE GARDENS
Saturday 10 August

From the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens to the Royal Vauxhall Tavern this turf along the Thames has long been the place to sample nocturnal revelries and illicit pleasures.

Drag and drugs and dancing until dawn – a lot of fun has been had in this no-mans-neighbourhood.

But its war wounds are showing. Blinking into the daylight, Vauxhall club runners Duckie take a look at how getting on it has been a way of life in their manor.

A twelve-hour day of talks, shows, workshops and clubs.

DUCKIE SUMMER PARTY
9pm – 2am
Tickets £10

Fight for your right to party? Or fight for your right to be arty? Well, it is summertime so sup, swig, swill, slurp… and schlep to the supersonic sounds of DJs Readers Wifes.

Rock’n’roll band The Caezars join hostess Amy Lamé as some Duckie all-stars present tipsy hoopla and performance hurdy-gurdy.

MORE NIGHTINGALES AND FEWER STRUMPETS
2pm – 3pm
Free, booking required

For two centuries, the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens were a site of lavish entertainments and a fashionable meeting place.

Amy Lamé interviews historian David Coke about their rich past as we go in search of Duckie's roots.

READERS WIFES ON THE LASH
5.30 – 7.30pm
Tickets £5

A live Radio Duckie special. Hear the infamous Duckie DJs play records, show videos and make notes on key epochs in pop where the music and culture are fuelled by different substances.

The Readers Wifes will be interviewed by Baylen Leonard.

VAUXHALL AND I
7.30pm – 9pm
Free, booking required

What impact does hardcore clubbing have on the lives and health of gay men?

A round-table debate with Matthew Todd, editor of Attitude, Jason Dickie, landlord of the Royal Vauxhall Tavern, David Stuart from the drugs agency Antidote and infamous wag Stewart Who?

DAVID HOYLE ON ALCOHOL
9.30pm – 11pm
Tickets £8

No stranger to the sauce, this legendary saloon bar entertainer stages a forensic examination into the pleasures and perils of being on the P*ss. As The Divine David his intoxicated improvisations were fuelled by copious amounts of booze, but since his re-invention as David Hoyle, he maintains, ‘I don’t drink these days … only white wine’.

Come along to loads of free talks, shows and workshops throughout the day, including:

Helpless - Neil Bartlett gives 15-minute performances on losing yourself in desire.
Happy Birthday Royal Vauxhall Tavern - Celebrate RVT's 150th birthday with stories from its history.
The Duckie Drop In - Witness the artwork Duckie have been creating with the local street drinkers in Vauxhall hostels.
Royal Vauxhall Pleasure Promenade - Pay homage to the fashions of the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens by decorating a cane, hat or pair of gloves.

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