Join us for the premiere of ‘Desire Paths’ commission, ‘(Pub)lic House’ by Phoebe & Roger Wagner. A film about empty pubs in Croydon, made of interviews edited into poems, maps into animations and words written by the community. Grab a bag of scampi fries, a drink and watch this 30 min pub crawl through time.
You’re also invited to chat and/or make your own map remembering, imagining and manifesting your hopes for your pub. Have your voice heard by key influencers in pubs in Croydon and join together to rebuild them. (You’re also invited for a little bevvy at The Cricketers Pub after to celebrate and set the world to rights) 🙂
ABOUT PHOEBE & ROGER WAGNER:
Father & Daughter. Musician & Poet. Art & Pubs.
Roger Wagner is Phoebe’s Dad: now retired, living in Croydon, but originally from Yorkshire and settled in South London in 1971. He hosts jam sessions in local pubs around Croydon.
Phoebe Wagner is Roger’s Daughter: a poet and community artist who grew up in Thornton Heath, Croydon. Nominated for the Jerwood Compton Poetry Fellowship, her work often happens chatting with people.
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