Bullingdon Art Bar - Tuesday 14th May 2014

moiety

all about our gig at Bullingdon Art Bar - Oxford
- Tuesday 14th May




People danced, people clapped! And that was just the band!
Some photos - click on the thumbnails to see the big picture

see Moiety onstage at
the Bullingdon Art Bar

see Moiety onstage at
the Bullingdon Art Bar

see moiety onstage at
the Bullingdon Art Bar

see moiety onstage at
the Bullingdon Art Bar

see moiety onstage at
the Bullingdon Art Bar



Here's a quote from our book of the month to give you sustenance:

"The affairs of the world are ordered in accordance with orthodox opinions. If anyone did not think in accordance with these he soon discovered this fact for himself. Owen saw that in this world a small class of people were possessed of a great abundance and superfluity of the things that are produced by work. He saw also that a very great number - in fact, the majority of the people - lived on the verge of want; and that a smaller but still very large number lived lives of semi-starvation from the cradle to the grave; while a yet smaller but still very great number actually died of hunger, or, maddened by privation, killed themselves and their children in order to put a period to their misery. And strangest of all - in his opinion - he saw that the people who enjoyed abundance of the things that are made by work, were the people who did Nothing: and that the others, who lived in want or died of hunger, were the people who worked."
"The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists" - Robert Tressell (1914)