In this new workshop performance, your pal La JohnJoseph asks a series of questions about sadness, in an intimate acoustic concert format. Presenting a selection of suitably sorrowful songs mined from the popular repertoire, La JJ asks if sadness isn’t in fact the thing that binds us all together.

THE SADDEST MUSIC IN THE WORLD

(La JohnJoseph)

DATE: 24 October 2018

And What? Presents, Music, Performance

Venue: Brunel Tunnel

Commissioned by And What? Queer. Arts. Festival

In this new workshop performance, your pal La JohnJoseph asks a series of questions about sadness, in an intimate acoustic concert format. Presenting a selection of suitably sorrowful songs mined from the popular repertoire, La JJ asks if sadness isn’t in fact the thing that binds us all together.

Join La JJ in the beautifully historic SHAFT at The Brunel Museum for a special work-in-progress showing of The Saddest Songs in The World. Just La JJ, a mini-grand piano and you, the wonderful audience.

Be the first to experience The Saddest Music in the Word for just £5!

Please note: unfortunately the SHAFT does not have step free access

La JJ returns to London after performing their 4 & 5* reviewed A Generous Lover at Edinburgh Fringe.

Image: Attilla Kenyeres Styling/Makeup: Sarah Hartgens

” La JJ asks if sadness isn’t in fact the thing that binds us all together “

Tickets


Tickets: £5

Event details


Date: 24 October 2018

Time: doors (7.30pm), show (8pm)

Address: Brunel Tunnel, Rotherhithe

Venue


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