A Weird Trip to Rye Harbour

WORDS: Gareth E. Rees & Gary Budden

FILM: S J Fowler, recorded at #Camaradfest October 25th 2014, Rich Mix arts centre, Shoreditch

A live performance of Rye’s Valhalla, in which Rees and Budden become disorientated on the Sussex coast.


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