Saturday, 19 February 2011

The new flyer...

This Wednesday 23rd Feb...

Although Sage and Time has been going from strength to strength for the last 8 months now, this coming show represents something of a relaunch for us.  We have outgrown our first home (the lovely three blind mice bar) in Old Street and we have moved to the rather splendid Charter House Bar in Farringdon.  We have a great night planned for this Wednesday including:

  • RONNIE MCGRATH (a founding member of the defunct musical group The London Afro Blok who toured throughout Europe, performed for the Queen and opened the 1994 Commonwealth Games in British Columbia, Canada) will wow you with his acoustic avant-gardism;
  • ELEKTRIC (a poetess and songstress) will stun you with her diverse talents;
  • MISHA BRYAN will soothe and awaken you with her vocals; and
  • DJ NICKY J will remind you of what constitutes a real soulful jam
Our usual master of ceremonies (William Stopha) is swanning off to New Yoik... it's alright for some, but the rather wonderful news is that Anna Le will be joined in hosting by the oh so marvellous, Sage and Time favourite Richard Marsh instead.

Here are the details:

All of the above PLUS 8 Open Mic slots (arrive by 7:30pm to be in with a chance of snapping up a slot).

WHERE: Charterhouse Bar, 38 Charterhouse Street EC1H 6JH, opposite Smithfield Market (Less than 4 mins from both Barbican and Farringdon tube)

WHEN: Wednesday 23rd February

HOW MUCH: £3 (no mis-print, it's all just £3 - hoorah)

See ya there.  

Love and Rhyme

Sage and Time

Sage and Time now on web!

Hello and welcome to Sage and Time on line.  This is the place where we will give all the relevant information about our coming shows, line-ups and so on.  We will also publish pictures, poems and performances from some of our events, as well as just leaving the odd blog entry which tells you what we're thinking about and stuff that is cool.

For example, how's this for a quote?
Can a firm persuasion that a thing is so make it so?  Al poets believe that it does and in the age of imagination such firm persuasions could move mountains.  (Blake)