Hannah Grayson, Multi-Story Orchestra flute player, has curated this evening’s performance featuring the virtuosity of Louise Farrenc’s Trio for Flute, Cello and Piano, and George Crumb’s sounds of the ocean in Vox Balaenae. Crumb’s seminal work is inspired by whale songs and features all sorts of unusual effects including paper clips and glass rods in the piano!
Bold Tendencies is a not-for-profit creative enterprise and arts organisation that has been based in Peckham, South East London, since 2007 and is located on the disused top four floors of the municipal car park. This performance will take place on the lower covered floors of the site, immediately below the rooftop. On arrival please go to the top floor kiosk where staff will check your ticket and direct you to the performance.
Access to Bold Tendencies by foot:
The car park is a short walk from Peckham Rye station. Turn left down Rye Lane (towards McDonalds), cross the road at the pedestrian crossing. Santander will then be on your right hand side and you should be facing the Multiplex cinema. Walk towards the cinema and turn right – here on your left you will find the staircase leading up to Bold Tendencies which is manned at all times.
The nearest train station is Peckham Rye
Overground Line from Highbury & Islington and Clapham Junction
South Eastern services from London Bridge and London Victoria
Local buses: 12, 36, 37, 63, 78, 171, 343, 363, 436
There is very limited Pay and Display parking on the ground floor of the site (accessible from Cerise Road off Hanover Park). We strongly advise that you do not arrive by car if possible, but if necessary see Southwark Council’s website for more information on local parking options.
Step free access:
Step free access is available via the lifts from the ground floor. We strongly advise that you arrange access in advance by emailing email@example.com, however this can also be arranged with the security team at the main entrance on arrival.
For further information or questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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