artfix, soho`s newest art space announces an exciting range of

Soho, London, 17th February 2015: artFix, Soho’s new social enterprise dedicated to making the arts fun, affordable
and open to everyone, is all up and running with a new week of events this February, with something new and
exciting for everyone to enjoy. Live music is big on the agenda this week, starting with an evening of soulful and
inspiring music at Treble and Bass on Friday 20th.
Following this on Saturday 21st is Chop Shop Tease, a celebration of up-and-coming talent, offering them a platform
to showcase their new work and meet industry professionals, and you can be among them in the audience.
Also on Thursday 19th, artFix is delighted to welcome artist Constantine Anjulatos and his exhibition ‘Intentional
Deletions’. Anjulatos will present a selection of his paintings at our store in the heart of Soho. Entry is free and
refreshments will be provided.
artFix welcomes artists of all art forms to present their work in a vibrant and central location at a minimal cost as
part of its social enterprise mission to support all of the arts in Soho. The gallery and exhibition space which
launched in January will showcase all forms of art from digital to theatrical, welcoming guests from all over London
to this growing creative hub. Artists looking to showcase their work should send a short proposal to include a
biography, description of work and link to portfolio to or visit the artFix store, 27 Peter
Street, London, W1F 0AJ to speak to the team.
Full line-up for late February below:
‘Greece: The End of Austerity’ – screening and Q&A with the directors
Wednesday 18th February, 7-9pm
Paul Mason (Channel 4 Economics editor) and Theopi Skarlatos (journalist and filmmaker) will be at artFix to
introduce their new documentary over refreshments and tell you about their plans for part two.
Tickets are £10 and can be booked here: All proceeds will go towards funding their next documentary.
Constantine Anjulatos – ‘Intentional Deletions’
Thursday 19th February, 6-9pm
After a highly successful at Brick Lane Gallery, Constantine will present a selection of paintings in the heart of Soho.
Join us for a private view of this event.
Free entry. Find out more on our website:
Treble and Bass
Friday 20th February, 6.30-9pm
Join us for an evening of great soulful, entertaining and inspiring music, including Open Mic performances! Drinks
and food will be available at the bar.
Tickets cost £10, which includes a free drink upon entry. Book here:
Chop Shop Tease
Saturday 21st February, 5-7pm
Come for this unique preview of Chop Shop – a platform for unsigned/independent live music producers to meet
industry professionals, showcase their work and get exposed to a wider audience.
Tickets cost £3.50 and are available here:
Monday Screening: Night of the Living Dead (1968)
Monday 23rd February, 6pm
A screening of George A. Romero’s seminal and infamous horror film, widely credited with pioneering the modern
zombie film. £3.50 entry, includes a free beer or wine. Book tickets here:
Art Battle, with live acoustic session
Tuesday 24th February, 7-9pm
Experience the excitement of seeing artists create art live in front of an audience! Start the evening with a glass of
wine, watch young talent thrive and afterwards enjoy a live acoustic session featuring two young London-based
musicians – Clementine and Kyle. In honour of our special guests, the theme for this week will be ‘Music and
Entry is £3.50 and includes a free drink, and you can reserve your ticket here:
Hysteria #5 Launch
Thursday 26th February, 7-11pm
Come and celebrate HYSTERIA in all its unflinchingly nonsensical joyous activism, in a night curated by A. Josephine
Free entry.
artFix is fundraising on Hubbub kickstarter for our new app! Support us in our two campaigns.
An app that allows users to post their own events and audiences to review all arts events in London. Be a part of the
campaign to realise this free art that aims to make the arts more accessible.
In our store, we want to change the way art is perceived, and to make art a necessary part of our everyday routine.
Help the artFix store to continue to host great arts events.
artFix founder George Neris believes the store can truly help make the arts inclusive for everyone, and that art can
encapsulate a wide range of things. He says, “Following the big success of the Danish Film Festival, which we
extended for another weekend, and our Art Battle, which is now the first of a regular weekly event, I am pleased to
announce a busy week ahead at artFix. With live music, paintings and a feminist magazine launch, there is really
something for everyone here.”
Note to editors:
About artFix
artFix is a London-based social enterprise with a strong mission: to make arts fun, affordable and open to everyone,
anywhere and anytime.
Drop in and enjoy a fix of art in an easy, affordable and fun way. The store displays both digital and physical artistic
content from both visual and performing arts, giving visitors a taste of the arts from across the world. The space is
also used for art classes, educational workshops and private hire events, bringing a creative space to local
communities. By making arts accessible and available to a wide range of audiences, the artFix store functions as a
taster device and marketing tool for cultural organisations and independent artists.
artFix store, 27 Peter Street, London, W1F 0AJ
opening hours:
Mon – Fri 8am – 8pm
Sat – Sun 12pm – 7pm
I am emailing from artFix London, a social enterprise based in Soho with the intention of making the
arts fun, affordable and accessible to anyone at any time. We recently opened in December and our
schedule of events is now under way.
I am enquiring as to whether this is something you would be interested in finding out more about, and
would like to invite you to our events happening this week. Attached below is our latest press release
with details about all upcoming events. On Thursday we are hosting our first Art Battle, as a
photographer and a painter create unique artworks inspired by a live model in front of the audience.
Also, from Friday to Sunday, we are extending our Danish Film Festival with five extra film screenings,
all completely free.
You can find our store at 27 Peter Street, London, W1F 0AJ. If you would like any more information,
please don't hesitate to get in touch with me. My number is 07599 372 123, or email me at
Alternatively, you can call the store on 0207 287 0516, or the office on 0208 0011 527.
Thank you for your time, and have a good day.
Yours sincerely,