“Die Betrügerin, die Menschenfeindin, die eingebildet Kranke” a performance by Luzie Meyer. On Saturday, February 23rd Doors at 20:00, performance begins at 20:30 In several letters to the Prince, as well as in his preface to the 1669 edition of Tartuffe, or The Impostor, Molière declared theatre to be “nothing more or less … Continued
Luzie Meyer will present new work at San Serriffe on Saturday February 23rd 2019. Detailed information soon.
Join artist Ain Bailey for an evening of live sound performance and music. Ain will present her sound work ‘Breath’ and transform San Serriffe for the occasion into a breathing organism. Following the performance, Ain will DJ until 11 pm, stay for drinks and dancing. In conjunction with this event How To Show … Continued
THE FOREST FIRE Sophie Collins Doors open at 19:00 reading begins at 19:30 ‘Sometimes there is no intent in what we say; we simply feel a compulsion to say it. Only after we say the thing are we forced to reckon with it.’ The Forest Fire is a fragmentary narrative with accompanying visuals … Continued
Please join us on Sunday, July 1 at Sans Serrife for Red Tory, a reading of published and unpublished work by Huw Lemmey. Huw Lemmey will read from Chubz: The Demonization of My Working Arse (Montez Press, 2014) and from its soon-to-be-published sequel Red Tory: My Corbyn Chemsex Hell. → FB event “Huw Lemmey (spitzenprodukte) … Continued
d-a-r-k by Becket ʢ•.•ʢ•.•ʢ•.•ʡ Sans Serriffe, 1012 HE Amsterdam 6pm for 6.30pm On the gradual construction of thoughts in speech; thinking aloud in two or more voices; texting while driving; fratricidal urges, sisterly questions; a pack of mice in the throat. FB Event – Becket ʢ•.•ʢ•.•ʢ•.•ʡ (né Mingwen) is an artist … Continued
SANSET Melissa Tun Tun Sans Serriffe, 1012 HE Amsterdam 8.30pm sharp Melissa Tun Tun will present a sound performance in quadraphony that reflects collectively on the arrangements that push sounds and voices out of place. FB Event – Melissa Tun Tun (CH, 1989) is a research artist working with sound and … Continued