If you are in and around Asakusa on December 28, don't forget that Mamuska Tokyo is back at the prestigious Asahi Art Square. Curated by Iina Naoto, director of Dance and Media Japan, the event is set to be another occasion for fun and inspiration. Taking place in an informal lounge settings, Mamuska Tokyo Vol.5 presents some of the best experimental artists working in the Japanese performing arts scene. Don't miss it!
15：00 Cafe&Bar Open
15：30−20：00 Stage Time
21：00 Cafe&Bar Close
[Fee] Free admission
[Venue] Asahi Art Square
Asahi Super Dry Hall 4F
1-23-1 Azumabashi, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
[Mamuska Tokyo Curator] Naoto Iina (Dance and Media Japan)
[Concept/Director] Davide Terlingo
[Photography] Chizu Koike
[Sound] Maya Araki
[Producer] Asahi Art Squre
[Production & Enquiry] Asahi Art Squre Administration Office
TEL 090-9118-5171 （Direct）
for further information please visit Mamuska Tokyo website (the site is in Japanese)
THE BACK LOFT,
click image to see an extract of Mamuska Dublin
1 – Carlo Jacucci
'L'accordeon -eon -eon'
2 – Mephisto Theatre group
3 – Rachel Devlyn
'...And Now For A Commercial Break'
4 – Brona Martin
5 – Regan O'Brien
extract: 'Sleep to Remember'
6 – Fitzgerald & Stapleton
7 - Brigit McCone & Eoin Maher
'The Scream/Wedding Bed'
8 - Anne Lillis, accompanied by Julie Cruickshank
'An Environmentally Friendly Burlesque'
9 – Despoina Kapetanaki & Christopher Samuel Carroll
10 - Ana Julia Bonetto
11 – Julyo
'The Photosonic Orchestra'
Mamuska Dublin is an in-house production of La Catedral Studios. Curator: Antonella Scanu, Programme Coordinator: Brigit McCone, Sponsor liaison: Eavan Delany
With thanks to Davide Terlingo of Mamuska Nights, our volunteers, in particular Eavan Delany, and sponsors Carpe Diem, Krombacher and Perrier Mineral Water.