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Category Archive for 'Peachy Coochy Nites'

Peachy: the Grotto

Over the course of my long residency as Curator and CEO of the Peachy Coochy Nite (a text and image entertainment) it has been my regular pleasure to prefigure this London-based cult occasion with publicity materials that strive to capture the tone of the diverse and eruptive evenings that reflect human ingenuity under unnatural constraint […]

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Riverine, Movish

Before posting on ‘advertising characters’ as promised below, I will report that the second season of my Peachy Coochy Nites has drawn to a close until the end of September. One thing this means is that the curator will not have to devise publicity mailouts on a monthly basis for a while. Not that he […]

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Giant Peach

As a result of curating and presenting David Gale’s Peachy Coochy Nites at ArtsAdmin’s Toynbee Studios Bar throughout the last year I have built up a personal arsenal of presentations.  Since first writing about the Nites here I’ve been compering the evenings – they comprise a selection of six presenters each delivering a show that is […]

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is the title of a Cambridge-based festival celebrating, from October 22nd to November 1st, the pre-London years of Syd Barrett, one of the founder members of Pink Floyd. Syd died in 2006 after many years of reclusiveness that followed his withdrawal from the band as a result of a slow but irreversible breakdown that was […]

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I’ve been setting up a series of art’n’entertainment evenings – David Gale’s Peachy Coochy Nites (the term ‘Peachy Coochy’ refers to a type of performance that cannot be given its usual name in this context. This is not Strength Weekly toying with its readers’ curiosity so much as the consequence of a legal constraint that […]

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