Storm and Golden Sky

Storm and Golden Sky at the Caledonia FRIDAY 24th June 2016

Rachel Sills and Mark Greenwood

Up the stairs (at the back of the barroom, above the pub name, above) at the Caledonia pub, Catharine Street, in the Georgian Quarter, Liverpool,

£5, 7.30 pm spot-on start!

Rachel Sills lives in Manchester. She is a co-organiser of the Manchester-based poetry reading series Peter Barlow’s Cigarette, and has books and objects published by Knives Forks and Spoons Press, zimZalla and Red Ceilings Press.

Mark Greenwood is a performance artist/ writer originally from Newcastle but now based in Liverpool. He has presented work across the U.K, Europe and the United States as well as curating the RED APE; a performance platform dedicated to the preservation and legacy of provincial performance art practice in the U.K. Utilising indefinite durational practice and minimal actions as art forms, Greenwood’s interests lie in anthropomorphic puzzles and inter-textual folds.

Storm is run by Nathan Jones, Eleanor Rees, Michael Egan and Robert Sheppard.

The Other Room reviewed

Thanks to all who came to our seventh birthday event on 30th April, which was, in the words, of Judy Gordon, a night of “meltdowns, anthropomorphic puzzles, and other surprises”. Thanks to Judy and Write Out Loud for this review, which you can read in full here.

Mark Greenwood: A Preview

Lots of examples of Mark’s work are available on his website such as:

IS/THIS/HIS. a collaboration between Alastair MacLennan, Bean and Mark Greenwood. Three figures slowly unravel white wool for three hours. Inscription, testing of material, knots and the generation of trace configures an immediate and sustained public utterance.


Mark will perform at The Other Room 7th birthday, 30th April.

For more details of the night see the poster in the middle column.