There’s a piano covered in grass in front of The Conservatoire. It’s been there for ages, but I couldn’t bring myself to write about it, without feeling as though a PR person somewhere was congratulating themselves. I probably just need to stop being such a miserable bastard. Anyway, it’s very sweet (except for the sign warning people not to play it). The questions is – will the drummer do the same thing?
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Nice idea for a spooky evening at the Blackheath Conservatoire:
The Vanishing Point’s launch event on Saturday October 29: a seedy evening of suspense at the Bates Motel (19 Lee Road, London, SE3 9RQ) for a pop-up, immersive and interactive screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho alongside the most terrifyingly innovative short films from local directors.
Guests are invited to make their reservation online at http://www.thevanishingpoint.org.uk and Reception will be open for checking in at 7.30pm. For guests’ enjoyment, the motel will have a FREE BAR for the evening, with our house pianist on the grand piano, and then what? music? whispers?
“We all go a little mad sometimes. Haven’t you?”
Probably better than their original plan to screen Ghostbusters, much as I love it.
Hoping that the local film-makers have used the creepy cave-face deep below Blackheath to conjure up something terrifying!