Have Your Cake & Eat It | Art Party!

HAVE YOUR CAKE & EAT IT @ The George Tavern

Storm in a Teacup are so excited to announce our penultimate event of the Summer : HAVE YOUR CAKE AND EAT IT! In collaberation with DIY Womp collective we will be hosting an epic fundraiser in support of Ladyfest Ten on Saturday 21 August.

Featuring live music from Betty and The WerewolvesThe Voyeurist, and  The Lovebirds, and DJ set from Eagles Legs. Not content with this ridiculously good line-up, the evening will also see a pre-party art exhibition, showcasing artwork from the best up and coming artists in and around London (to see the brief and to submit your artwork, click here). Playing alongside the art-perusing will be a multitude of spoken word and acoustic performances from the likes of Kit Richardson,Indigo Williams and Fourstrum Durch Technik.

To get a limited £4.00 guest list space please  contact Rob.

Diy Womp & Storm in a Teacup

‘Have Your Cake And Eat It’
Betty & The Werewolves (Headline)

The Lovebirds

The Voyeurist

With DJs

Eagle Legs DJs

CONTACT : rob.walker@diy-womp.com
£4 Guest List (and guaranteed entry)
£5.00 on the door
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PRE PARTY Exhibition launch – 6pm – 8pm
Art Exhibition upstairs showcasing artwork from the best up and coming artists in and around London. See the brief here

Acoustic and spoken-word performances through the private viewing:

Kit Richardson

Indigo Williams



Mat Llyod

Fourstrum Durch Technik


See you there!

Verity Flecknell

Storm in a Teacup

One response to “Have Your Cake & Eat It | Art Party!

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