5 Things- This Week in Staines


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1.

See Tinyfish at ‘The Peel’ Kingston

Tinyfish

Tinyfish at The Peel, Kingston Saturday Feb 2nd 2008 7:30PM

…. with Touchstone

“The world’s smallest Progressive Rock Band”

Listed No 15 in the the latest Classic Rock’s top Albums of 2007 [Tinyfish] this Marillionesque new prog-rock discovery from ‘Sarf Lundun’ also suggest influences from multifarious progressive do-gooders including such names as Rush, Solstice and Porcupine Tree.

This is a rare chance to see the band before they go large.

Check them on myspace at:

http://www.myspace.com/tinyfishmusic

Feb 2 2008 7:30A The Peel Kingston

http://www.myspace.com/thepeel
160 Cambridge Road
Kingston Upon Thames
Surrey
KT1 3HH


2.

Go to see Foulplay at ‘The Hob’ on Thursday

Foulplay


Foulplay at The Hobgoblin, Staines Thu 31st Jan 9pm

STAINE’S FAVOURITE PUB BAND! [ AdPontes-Staines Poll 2007]

For full review of this band see:

https://staines.wordpress.com/2007/10/22/foulplay/

3.

Go see Cloverfield at Vue Cinema Staines

Cloverfield

Cloverfield at Vue Staines Release date 01/02/2008 Cert 15

Some Thing Has Found Us

This Sci Fi / Monster flick revolves around a monster attack in New York as told from the point of view of a small group of young twenty-something characters who were attending a birthday party before the calamity.

Stars Lizzy Caplan (The character ‘debbie’ in American Dad) and is produced by award-winning ‘Lost’ co-creator J. J. Abrams and written by ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ genius script-writer Drew Goddard, this movie should be a sleek and refined as it is nail-biting and frightening.

Running time: 84 minutes
Director(s): Matt Reeves

Vue Cinema, Two Rivers, Staines

4.

Go see the work of Allen Jones – Pop Artist

Allen Jones at the TATE

The Allen Jones display- TATE BRITAIN until 10th Feb 2008 – FREE ENTRY

Allen Jones

To celebrate his 70th birthday Tate Britain is presenting a display of Allen Jones’s paintings which sets his most recent multi-part canvases against some of his early 1960s work.

Like other Pop artists of his generation, Jones drew upon popular culture for his imagery. He is best known for controversial depictions of female figures based on the style of 1940s and 1950s fetish magazines. There is also an important technical
side to his work, much of which has been in opposition to the formalist doctrine of abstract painting. His work has become increasingly complex in terms of the space he creates and, since the 1980s, paintings of parties, performers and the theatre
even suggest a narrative. This is especially clear in his latest, multi-part works which are on display until 10 February 2008.

Free Entry – Tate Britain

Millbank
London SW1P 4RG

From Staines by rail to Vauxhall (850 metres approx.) and Victoria

Part of the BP British Art Displays 1500-2007

5.

Go to see The Blue Fuses- Staines Riverside Club

Blue Fuses

The Blue Fuses Feb 1st 2008 Staines Riverside Club £3

To check out this local blues band (with a prog-rock edge) see our full review on:our weblog at:

https://staines.wordpress.com/2007/10/23/blue-fuses/

February, 1 2008 at The Riverside Club
6 Laleham Rd, STAINES, TW18 2DX

bandsite: http://www.bluefuses.co.uk/

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