Baby Ding Dong’s Chamber Pot of Lost Dreams

baby-150WBABY DING DONG’S CHAMBER POT OF LOST DREAMS
curated by Dan Carbone
Kingdom of Not
8:30PM 2nd Friday of the Month (except Sept)
EXIT Cafe, 156 Eddy St, SF
Limited Seating, First Come First Served, Pass the Hat Request

Here once again!
THE ONLY EXHIBITION OF ITS TYPE IN NORTH AMERICA!
This show is FREE! We pass the hat.
Next show is May 12th, 2017!

Featuring this Month’s Special Chamber Pot Guests:
BILLY BILL MILLER: Texas psychedelic music pioneer (Roky Erickson’s front man from the legendary “Bleib Alien“) will be playing with Kingdom of Not!

ITTY BITTY CITY: (RETRO-TECHO) Like cartoon workers in a Max Fleischer animated factory, the four members of Itty Bitty City pull levers and adjust knobs diligently, their music like assemblages on a rapidly moving conveyor belt always threatening to get away from them.

PHATIMA RUDE: Semi living legend gender-fluid performance artist with a pension for the absurdity of life who uses the dialect of drag to manifest art of life.

Followed by a monthly apocalyptic end-times performance with:
KINGDOM OF NOT: the creation of award-winning playwright/ absurdist performer Dan Carbone, who has been terrorizing Fringe theatre audiences around San Francisco since the mid-90s before he took on the identity of Budd Underwood and teamed up with guitarist / musical director Andrew Goldfarb, aka the Slow Poisoner- also a writer of bizarro fiction, a comic book artist and a songwriter-performer in his own right. These two form the core of Kingdom of Not. www.kingdomofnot.com

View a secret video dispatch from the Kingdom: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rn2dtKdcH4s

“Kingdom of Not” will saw your understanding of rock holes, rephrase amphibian states and transport you to a warbling narcotic nebula that David Lynch only hinted at!” -Number 6/ KFJC Music Director

“Fed by trash culture and fairy tales, spiked by violent, half-understood intrusions from adult reality, Kingdom of Not gets under your skin, and into your brain. It is an odyssey of oddness and an Iliad of illness (in the hip hop, as well as the medical sense). ” -Ben Graham/ The Quietus, UK