On|Off September 2008


On|Off Party in association with Bluewater during London Fashion Week

BluewaterMONDAY 15th SEPTEMBER 2008 20.00 - 23.00
The On|Off 10th season party in association with Bluewater will take place at the Royal Academy of Arts, W1.

Invitation only

Celebrating 10 seasons of success of On|Off, the party will be packed with performance artists, unique illustrators and VJ's, selected DJ sets from DJ78 and more TBC. Guests will get the chance to view the retrospective exhibition with work from Zoe Bradley, Wrap 3, Avsh Alom Gur and Gardem and selected guests will receive a copy of the limited edition On|Off book.



Bluewater will join the fashion crowd to celebrate 10 seasons of On|Off as it announces financial support for the event

On Monday 15th September, On|Off will host the party of London Fashion Week in association with Bluewater.

As well as a fantastic entertainment line-up, the event will play host to a charity auction of exclusive beach huts designed by Jasmine Guinness, Alesha Dixon and Peaches Geldof. The trio teamed up with Bluewater to raise money for their chosen charities by creating beach huts inspired by the hottest trends from the catwalk.

Handbags at dawn are expected as fashionistas start a bidding war to get their hands on the unique huts, which will be auctioned during the event after having been on display at Bluewater over the last month.

Fiona Campbell-Reilly, head of marketing at Bluewater, said of the On|Off partnership: “Bluewater sees the On|Off initiative as a vital platform to help emerging designers break in to the fashion industry. We hope to continue to support such grass-roots projects and make a real difference in the fashion world.”

Bluewater is committed to supporting the On|Off project as well as other fashion forward initiatives so watch this space for more collaborations to come.

To attend the invite-only event and place your bid on the celebrity beach huts contact the Bluewater press office below.

For further information, please contact Chelsea Pinner chelsea@kleinororoke.com, 020 7101 7435 or
Nick Thornton nickthornton@kleinororke.com 020 7101 7121 at Klein O’Rorke.



Using a pair of 1930's HMV wind-up gramophones and a staggering collection of vintage shellac discs, DJ78 provides a unique musical accompaniment to any gathering without compromising the art of conversation (although he has been known to "get amplified" when the circumstances demand it!).

Supremely portable and always dapper in his antique dinner suit, he can operate entirely without the need for electricity, making this an ideal source of atmosphere and entertainment for events both indoor and out.

The records are sourced from his extensive and eclectic collection of 78rpm discs, covering every genre from ragtime, swing, crooners, the golden age of dance bands, right through to hillbilly and the pioneers of rock'n'roll.

Throughout Great Britain, DJ78 has delighted audiences of all ages with his eclectic pre-vinyl playlist of tunes from more than five decades of popular music.

Recent public appearances include:

Camp Bestival BBC Radio One
Latitude Festival
Shepherds Bush Empire Theatre
Ulster Hall, Belfast
Isle of Wight Bestival
The Tricycle Theatre, Kilburn
The Tiger Rag Club 1930's Society Weekend
Corsa Bandstand Festival
The Empire Music Hall, Belfast

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The Spa at Bluebird

Located within London’s hippest fashion emporium on the trendy, King’s Road, the spa at bluebird is a discreet pampering hideaway for all beauty aficionados! Not only is it the first UK outpost to offer Ole Henriksen spa treatments outside of LA, but it also houses a great beauty retail section of niche cosmetic brands that the spa director Stephanie Beucher-Ibrahim has personally chosen to offer clients.

Like its flagship, Ole Henriksen Face/Body in LA, the spa at bluebird specialises in custom designed complexion treatments developed by Ole, ‘Hollywood’s skincare guru to the Stars”.  The spa also offers a comprehensive menu of body treatments to cater for all needs, from relaxing massages through to indulgent head to toe packages.

The Spa at Bluebird will be set in a mini oasis at On|Off for the duration of London Fashion Week and will offer massage treatments to the On|Off VIP guests.
Wednesday 09.00 – 18.30
Thursday 09.00 – 18.30
Friday 09.00 – 16.30

350 Kings Road
Chelsea, London, SW3 5UU
Tel: 020 7349 5090

For further information contact Alex at Sweet PR on 020 7242 1786 or alex@sweetpr.com  



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Patrick Wolf

Patrick Wolf is 24 years old and he’s been refining his talents for more than half a lifetime. It all started 12 years ago when Wolf first experimented with car boot sale keyboards and tape recorders and has resulted in one of the most startlingly original and innovative voices now emerging in English pop music.

 The roots of Wolf’s music embrace everything from PJ Harvey to Stockhausen and English folk music to the legendary jazz trumpet player and singer, Chet Baker. All this started, however, with a precocious obsession in early electronic music. Indeed, Wolf was barely into his teens when he built his first Theremin.

By the time he was 14, Wolf was performing with pop-art collective Minty which also features Leigh Bowery in the line-up. He also began writing and recording with an urgency that caught the attention of an independent label called Fat Cat Records who, recognizing Wolf’s extraordinary potential, gave him an Atari computer and a mixing desk, the tools that helped hone Wolf’s unique production and programming. Stumbling across his mother's Joni Mitchell records led to another insight into the art of songwriting.

Wolf left home at the age of 16 and spent the next few years making money from busking in a string quartet and forming a group called Maison Crimineaux, a noisy and rude duo that built its destructive ethics around white noise and pop music. Fate then interceded in Wolf’s life.

Maison Crimineaux were asked to perform in Paris, a show seen by Capitol K, the man who went on to release Wolf’s debut album, ‘Lycanthropy’. The album was a chronicle of Wolf's teenage triumphs and disasters. It was not just the songwriting that set his precocious talents apart - the lush tapestry of sounds were used to astonishing effect, with Wolf’s trademark violin and baritone ukelele joined by an electronic carpet of beats and bleeps.

‘Lycanthropy’ was released on a small independent label in the summer of 2003 and was met with enormous critical acclaim. Wolf was also making guest appearances as a viola player with Chicks on Speed and The Hidden Cameras. The Cologne-based label Tomlab picked up the album for America and Europe, the start of a relationship which was to lead to Wolf’s second album, ‘Wind in the Wires’, released at the start of 2005.

While ‘Lycanthropy’ was being recorded, Wolf took a year to study composition at the Trinity College music conservatoire in London’s Greenwich, the fruits of which can be heard on ‘Wind in the Wires’, an album that received even more applause than his debut recording.

Wolf toured extensively in the UK and throughout Europe, before recording his last album the Magic Postion which was released in February, 2007. Released to great acclaim around the world, the Magic Position allowed Patrick to tour world, playing to rapturous audiences in every major city in the world.



Timberlina trained at the world famous Theatre de Travesty et Barbes d'Antibes way back when St Tropez was HOT.  During those heady mid 80s, she was lucky to hang out with Roger Moore, Duran Duran and Joan Collins before touring extensively- she learnt to play the Ukulele whilst fluffing all members of the Travelling Wilberries in the early 90s.

Her domestic interventions have included a series of Room specific parties; 'Fixing a toilet with Stories and Song', 'Kitschenettes in the Kitchen' & 'Burlesque in the Living Room'.  

Ms T's prolific career has included playing Pamela Barnes-Ewing in Stark Dallas Naked, a domestic violence Cafe at DUckie Gay Shame and regular host at Vauxhallville.  She balances her heady showbiz exploits with work in Liverpool day centres  doing reminiscence and sing-alongs for elder folk.  She has also appeared at village fetes at Monks Eleigh and Soho.  Ms T has performed at the Royal Festival Hall and numerous middle class Festivals.  She can found at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern every monday hosting BingoPubNight.

Join Ms T for a glass of something as she embarks on a new career tangent as a freelance Tupperware consultant with her mentor for the evening; Andrew. 




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