Five performances in October 2008 for Concrete Dreams Exhibition, Art in Perpetuity Trust’ gallery, Harold’s Wharf, Deptford, London, curated by Fran Cottell and Liz Harrison. Harold Works was built on the original site of the slaughterhouse serving Henry VIII’s palace, himself, something of a composer. An evocation of the sounds in the slaughterhouse followed by an echo of one of his original ballads, ‘Pastime with Good Company’ may be discerned as part of the performance.