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Tuesday 3 July 2007 8.51am
Experiment 1 are exhibiting The Gas Organ at Shunt Vault's member's lounge this week and have limited free tickets available for Thursday and Friday evening. Email with SE1 as the reference and state which day you are available.

For more about the Gas Organ, see here:

What's happening this week at Shunt:

Café Fagotto by Shunt associates Andrea, George, Su & Piers

Enjoy full compliance with the anti-smoking law! Hop up on coffee, while tethered with smokes: dark roast music, down beat cigarettes with full tar coffee… Including Ashtray, an audition piece by Shunt artist Mischa Twitchin and Noël Coward.

The Gas Organ: a Sonic Sculpture by Experiment 1

Constructed from freely available plumbing, electrical and laboratory components, the Gas Organ will reverberate in the Long Corridor. Hear the eerily melancholic strains of this fabulous musical instrument, able to play itself or to be played remotely.

Mr Whippendale..., a new play written & directed by Liya Wu with Wayward Spaniel Theatre Company, and live music written and performed by Nobuko Miyazaki and Max Hallett.

This is a story about two miniature soldiers living in a miniature Japanese garden that belongs to a goldfish that lives in a fish tank that tries to tell a story of two butchers locked behind a slaughterhouse that is being turned into a boxing ring...

Frankenstein - a rehearsed reading by Caught Short Theatre Company

Monsters and revenge, ego and ambition, a story and a warning: why was it written? Why is it told? You are invited to be part of the final stage of the company's adaptation of Mary Shelley's novel before a spectacular week of performances in August. Come, laugh, gasp and shriek, and offer what comments you might have for this work-in-progress.

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