Friday, November 13, 2009


Ten dollars each day, for both venues! Cairo and the Anne Bonny are located on the corner of Summit and Mercer st. on Capitol Hill

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Photos from EXPO 86, october 2008

tiny vipers!

karl blau!

pedwin drag king (spencer moody)!

pete quirk (cave singers)!



fulsem men and diana joy!

buffalo tramp and v.v.vioux!


thanks to everyone for an epic weekend . . .see you next year.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Advance Tickets now available for Expo 86

Come by Cairo or The Anne Bonny to get yourself advance tickets for this weekend's big/small festival!! Cairo is open 2-7 pm, The Anne Bonny is open 12-7 pm. Tickets will also be sold at the door, but these spaces are small, and we won't oversell the event.

Schedule update

There are a few updates on the schedule. Husbands love your wives, will no longer be playing, but Medievel Women will be taking their place on Saturday at Cairo, at 7 pm.

Also, Andrea Zollo will no longer be playing at NoSpace on Saturday, nor will Next Door Neighbors, but T.V. Coahran will now be playing at 5 pm at NoSpace.

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Friday night kick-off with Left Field Revival at Cairo

So, Saturday and Sunday are all music and film, but Friday night we kick things off with a special performance from Left Field Revival at Cairo. Tickets are $10, and here is what to expect:

Your uncle, we suspect, has a secret, dancing barefoot, reveling in the sound of his feet on linoleum floor with the afflicted devotion and authenticity of a child’s imagination. Pair your uncle’s richly private life with insanely contrasting thematic music and dress him in a costume you would not be caught dead in at age 13. Build it all on top of a mature desire to create unpretentious, genuine, possibly absurd worlds of human expression and you’ve got Left Field Revival.

October 24th LFR will bring you dancing, live music, and visual enticements created in collaboration with local photographer: Amanda Allen and orchestral Maestro: Anne Mathews.

Monday, October 6, 2008