Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Tues June 21st: Setting up Vogue Fabrics at Block 9, Glastonbury Festival with Alun Davies

Last year I worked on the door of NYC Downlow in the Block 9 area at Glastonbury Festival and had such an incredible experience that Im joining the team for a 2nd year. Attached to the Downlow disco arena is Lyall Hakaraia's "Vogue Fabrics" space which is making a transition from a Speakeasy scenario to a sex club set up!! Art directors Alun Davies and Anna Bruder have been constructing the main frame in a warehouse in London in preparation, and finally taken it down to Pilton for the install and finishing touches. Lots of special features have also been plotted such as a film shot by Cathal O'Brien - seen here helping out Alun on site.

"Vogue Fabrics Dalston.....A kinky disco in a field, sensory stimulus, Benidorm or Bedlam, aversion therapy, sexual deviation, addictive obsessions, abnormal results, behaviour modification, enlightenment, aftercare.
Different shades of fun for consenting adults only."

"Benidorm vs Bedlam" will be split between Bedlam ruled over by living Goddess Danni Daniels all the way from Los Angeles, whilst the Mayor of Benidorm is porn superstar Ashley Ryder. The host for the weekend is Tranny with a Fanny, Holestar who will be introducing a roster of performances from Bourgeois & Maurice, Jonny Woo & Batty Lashes present Les Goom, Miss Annabel Sings, Mr Teds and Natalie Monroe with more to be announced...
........after midnight the performance space will turn into all-night kinky disco run by the finest East London club nights 1) Dirtbox (Jos Gibson, Borja Peña & Duchess of Pork) 2) POP!
Princess Julia, Duchess of Pork & Holestar, 3) Hot Boy Dancing Spot
The Lovely Jonjo, Hannah Holland, Dan Beaumont, Wer'e Not Cool & Josh Caffe

Vogue Fabrics is located in the basketball court of the NYC Downlow in the Block 9 Field with films from 8pm. performances from 10pm and Disco 12 – 6am

"Open minds only" - find out more at the Facebook page.

1 comment:

Betheny said...

I tried to get into Block9 but it was always packed. Love what i did see anyway, well done. Love your blog.