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Erased Tapes presents: Paintings for The Penguin Cafe + Q&A with Emily Youn...

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Erased Tapes Sound Gallery

174 Victoria Park Road

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We are absolutely delighted to exhibit a collection of original Penguin Cafe Orchestra paintings by Emily Young, a long-time collaborator of the band and partner of founder Simon Jeffes. Spanning over 24 years Emily painted their iconic and very recognisable album covers, offering a glimpse into their magical world.

This exhibition will also host the painting from their final studio album Union Cafe as photographed in the new reissued version, to be released by Erased Tapes on December 1st to coincide with the 20th Anniversary of the unfortunate passing of Simon in 1997.

The evening will include a Q&A with both Emily Young and their son Arthur Jeffes who carries the Orchestra's legacy under the name Penguin Cafe, hosted by Max Reinhardt (BBC Radio 3's Late Junction) and shortly followed by a live performance from Arthur himself.

Join us from 7-10pm on November 23rd at the Erased Tapes Sound Gallery at 174 Victoria Park Road, London, E9 7HD. We look forward to welcoming you all.

PLEASE NOTE: This event is limited to 50 tickets by donation to the Sound Gallery in support of local music and art.


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