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splendid Launch Night Party

LadyBoss productions presents.


Curated by Angela Meyer and Sonia Bruce

104 Commercial Street

(Opposite Spitalfields market, just down from the Ten Bells and the NatWest)

Launch Party with Drinks and Dancers 24th September 7-9pm

Open 24th September - 10th October 2004

Cash or cheque only!

Playing shop in the most Splendid of ways.

It's our third time round and we fancy we've got quite good at it!

Your chance to buy limited edition art and design. Come and search the shores of the UK and New Zealand's finest artists and designers. Splendid 2004 offers up the best money can buy; hand-carved pig-tusk pedants, unique-stitched clothing, pornographic cross-stitch kits, natty jewelry, love-sick souvenirs, snazzy T-shirts, personalized beat-socks, crocheted sausages, vintage A-Team bags, sticky sweets to nibble on and much much more!


Not only is art for sale, but you could meet your life partner at one of Splendid's many events.

27 September

Splendid guest stars at the Loop records night at Notting Hill Arts Club.

1 October

Jump back! Jumbo Coconut Balls Pyjama Party start 8pm videos of 80's dance films including 'Dirty Dancing', 'Foot Loose', 'Flash Dance' and 'Girls Just Wanna Have Fun.' BYO popcorn and hip flasks!

3 October

Gala and Cake Baking competition: Register on the web site to bring your Splendidly decorated cakes along.

7 October

A surprising installation in the Splendid window - Come on down to find out

8 October

Spanky Sings! Award wining drag queen sings especially for Splendid.

Angela Meyer says 'By marrying the provocativeness of art with the exhilaration of purchasing anyone can get a sugar-coated kick that comes from spending hard cash on choice art; each piece is unique and at under £150 is a rather natty way to treat yourself, even or a special friend.'

Contact: Angela Meyer Curator

tel: 079600 39481 e:

High resolution images are available via email or CD

Splendid is supported by Appletree, Spice New Media and Steve Parson's House of Travel - We love you thankx

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