This weekend: Performance Sunday 18th May / 2-4pm

Performances from writers Deborah Tyler Bennett and Gary Goodman. Music from Rob Abbott and The Sound of Antler. 

All will take place in our garden so please get here early and claim your tea, cake and a nice spot.
 
Deborah Tyler Bennett has been a regular with AT Open House and works as a poet for many national galleries and museums, including workshops for the Science Museum, the National Gallery, the Collection, the Usher Gallery, once being resident poet for Sussex Day at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. 
 
Gary Goodman is a painter and poet. His imagery is resoundingly direct, unbothered by artistic self-consciousness and politeness; unrefined, unmannerly yet sensitive. He simply wishes to say ‘hello’ to the world as it passes him by. Come and say hello for his second appearance with AT.
 
Following the wonderful afternoon of music from Hamilton Yarns in 2013, two of the members return as The Sound of Antler. Joceline Colvert, Accordionist, Casio keyboard player and community radio enthusiast. With Alistair Strachan. Joceline founded The Sound of Antler originally to create a home for her accordion playing to exist in that she had not yet found. Alistair plays the cornet and can be regularly spotted at experimental and folk gigs in Brighton playing flugelhorn, electronics and percussion.
 
Rob Abbott has been playing gigs since 1986. He played bass in prog rock band Stone Cold for 12 years (1988-2000) before fronting his own band The Snips who were active for 4 years up until 2008. Rob is currently writing and recording and playing solo shows and this will be his first appearance in the AT garden.

Open as usual 11-6pm on Saturday and we will see you on Sunday for the performances!
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Good luck to all the @artistshouses opening today. We will be coming to see you! And @atopenhouse will be back next year!!
@iamacrylic @artistshouses @mrwingatelondon @designosaur Lovely post! Will miss running an open house this year but will be back!
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