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Street Sessions: Open Viewing Nottingham

ColouredSouls Presents: Street Sessions Open Viewing at Rough Trade Notts - Notts collective put the spotlight on the power and talent of street art. Louder...

Sheila Rock: Tough And Tender – a photo exhibition

Tough And Tender - A Sheila Rock photo exhibition and discussion with Glen Matlock

FutureFest: Vinopolis, London – review

FutureFest 2015 Vinopolis, London 14-15 March, 2015 Edward Snowden, George Clinton, robots and a vibrant pan-African futurism give Louder Than War’s Paul Margree an unrivalled view of...

Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy In The UK – British Library exhibition. We review a special promotion featuring Neil Gaiman, Marc Almond and more

Acclaimed author Neil Gaiman flew in last week to promote a major new exhibition at the British Library, “Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy In The UK”.

Roll up for memories at the NFM!

Hot on the heels of an event chaired by Gordon Taylor of the PFA featuring Martin Buchan and Ian Mellor comes former Manchester Evening...

Europunk Exhibition, Paris – review

Cut The Crepe - Europunk, an artistic revolution. Cite de la Musique, Paris Running until January 19th. Cite de la Musique is an excellent area of music...

Homotopia Festival Liverpool ft Poly Styrene and Jon Savage exhibitions…

Liverpool’s Homotopia Festival 2013 is hosting a couple of events that certainly appeal to Louder Than War’s punk sensibilities; England’s Erotic Dream - An Exhibition Germ...

‘My Generation’ Photographic exhibition to accompany a play written by Alice Nutter

My Generation Photographs by Andrew Bannerman-Bayles & Andrew Medcalf Curated by East Street Arts Newlyn Gallery, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Quarry Hill, Leeds LS2 7UP & The Reliance,...

Massive Attack vs Adam Curtis: Mayfield Depot, Manchester – live review

Adam Curtis and Massive Attack unpick the 'eye candy' of the past 30 years to show us how we have been trapped in 2Dimensional prison. According to Curtis this enchanting world is a place we will never leave but in a disused warehouse in Central Manchester he will try to shock you and 1800 other people out of it.

David Bowie Is: Victoria & Albert Museum – exhibition review

Oh, how we sniggered in school bike-sheds, the illicit thrills of cigarettes and a quick wank swamped by first-hand prozzie rumours that Ziggy's personal hygiene stunk;

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