Spaceship Earth Living Roof Launch Party & Green Walk

Art & Culture

To accompany Beaconsfields annual involvement in Open City London, well be officially launching SpaceShip Earth’s living roof – masterminded by Marc Pavey, Michael Shaw and Dafna Talmor – built from donated and salvaged materials by volunteers. 

Sunday 18 September 

2pm: Green Walk

Green walk from Tate Britain to Beaconsfields own patch of green, led by local guerrilla gardener and artist Caroline Todd. Start at Cultivate Tate: Team Gardenings herb garden and visit other locations along the way. Places are limited. For bookings email

3.30-8pm: Living Roof Launch 

Official launch party with music throughout the day from Spaceship Earth artists and DJ’s including: 

Wil Troup (Ransom Note) 

Danny (Heavenly Jukebox)

Nasty McQuaid (Off Modern) 

Tendraw (The Gluerooms)

Strick a.k.a Possibly Sick (The Gluerooms/Gaggle/NTS)

Tiny Dancer (The Gluerooms/Tiny Dancing) 

Rob (Nintendisco) 

Launette – (NTS Radio) 

Plus the official Spaceship Earth film screening. 

This project was initiated throughout Dafna Talmors project SpaceShip Earth, as part of Beaconsfields TestBed 1 residencies, Summer 2010.



SpaceShip Earth Living Roof – Open House London 

Saturday & Sunday, 17-18 September 2011, 11am-5pm 

Check website for pop-up green events on the roof across the weekend. 

Beaconsfield is pleased to participate in Open House London: an initiative by Open City

Spaceship Earth


22 Newport Street
London, United Kingdom

18 September 

15:30 – 20:00