Monday, 29 October 2012


Friday 2nd November 9-2am
TRIANGLE ARTS (SPACE STUDIOS, 129—131 Mare St) Warburton Road Entrance
Hackney E8 3RH London

Crisis a la Mode is back, and this time we will be revelling with the dead...It’s the height of globalisation and the world is playing witness to the painful ironies of free trade. Across Mexico on 2nd November people are celebrating the day of the dead…

Come, immerse yourself in a world of dead bankers and gamble on a good time in a live fluctuating stock market. Join us for the cheapest party in town where you'll get more bang for your buck the more people you bring. Two economies battle it out on the stock exchange: The World Trade Bar and Zapatista Puesto compete to give you the cheapest drinks, listen to the live updates and make sure you order your drinks at the right bar. Join the revolting economy where your consumption determines the value of everybody’s night. The more people involved, the quicker the prices drop and everybody profits.

For one night only you can:

Challenge chance with our LoterĂ­a….
With a special performance from The East End Fabulettes there will be no chance to twiddle your thumbs although Santa Muerte might sing you to sleep…
As we all missed our chance the first time round, join us to bash the shit out of Thatcher and Reagan!
Running low on dosh? Gamble your life away at Dr Deaths blackjack table…
And if you're really desperate you can always sell your soul to Capitalism, our resident Stock Broker…
When peckish, take a trip Los Pastelitos's pop up tequila and taco joint. With slow cooked beef rib tacos and dead bread on the menu.
Purchase your currency in advance and collect at The Bureau de Change on arrival. £10 adv, £15 on the door. FIRST 50 GET FREE BLOOD PUNCH

Please note that you are purchasing currency to spend in the space and this is not an entry fee.:

Saturday, 8 September 2012

We are getting ready for our next knees up!

Planning is underway for our forthcoming Crisis a La Mode party! We will be hosting it at Space Studios, Mare Street, E8 on 2nd November from 9-2. Full details will be reavealed in the next few weeks, but to wet your apetite here is the artwork of one the artists we will be showcasing. The background image is a print by Spanish artist Javier Ramos, a print artist and ceramicist. The piece quotes Italian poet and writer Cesare Pavese. You can find out more about Javier's work here.

Saturday, 14 July 2012

Crisis a la Mode: Dancing on Capitalism's Grave

Silently Revolting are back! Join us for a Dia de Los Muertos party at Crisis a la Mode: Dancing on Capitalism's Grave, Friday 2nd November 2012 9pm-2am. More details soon..