New Cross Turn Left this Sunday!!!

Whatever you’re doing this Sunday stop it right now and get your behind down to the comics, craft, art and cake event of the summer, New Cross Turn Left! Woo hoo!

Running riot in Deptford’s Old Police Station you will witness:

  • The world premiere of the Derek the Sheep play by Gary Northfield (written for kids but to be appreciated by mad sheep-lovers everywhere)
  • A graffiti knitting workshop by the mysterious Deadly Knitshade
  • A comics clinic
  • Some worryingly arty stuff going on in the police cell exhibition spaces from Social Networking Therapy Sessions to something that may or may not involve dogs (Can anyone else hear barking?)
  • A charity cake stall
  • A boozey bar (hic)
  • Stand-up comedy
  • Live music
  • Stuff to buy (including Stitch London goodies)
  • A toilet that used to be a police cell so you can pretend you’re in Prisoner Cell Block H
  • DJ tunez from the likes of Mr Woodrow Phoenix and some geezer known only as Reginald Frothy
  • And a book launch for a minicomics collaboration between Ellen Lindner and Barnaby Richards, Art History Dropouts

Loads more info over at the New Cross Turn Left blog

Not sure how to get there? Watch this instructional video:

Join us for the cakiest, comiciest, craftiest, artiest, comediest, craziest event New Cross has ever has in it’s innards. Go on. If you’re not there people who did go will point and laugh at you when they next see you. So sad.

See you there!

(Huge hooray for Ellen, Julia Scheele and Howard Hardiman for organising!)

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