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Anarchy Arts at Studio 18


Studio 18, in collaboration with Global Beats, brings the return of Anarchy Arts for the Easter weekend.

On Saturday, you can paint, draw, scribble – bang a drum, blow a trumpet, spin some vinyl – playtime for adults. 

While the usual chaos of paint and charcoal will ensue, this time the emphasis is on the revered record vinyl.

Anarchy Arts invite you to bring along a selection of your favourite tunes on vinyl to throw down on a deck; and if you dare, why not bring an instrument, be it a conch, cello, guitar, trumpet or a pair of spoons for the later moments of the night.

The evening is experimental in its format with the aim to have creative fun, meet some lovely folks and dance or paint the night away. No need to be musical or creative, the audience is just as important as the maker! It all kicks off around 8 but if you want to pop in early to have a little creative chat we’ll be there from 7pm. 

The Global Beats crew will off course be throwing down global musical gems with that dancey planetary flavour with DJ JagP and DJ Remdog – expect the usual servings of Cumbia, Baltic, Balkan, Reggae dub spiced up with red hot mixes. And with Bongo Johhny on the Bongos! There will Plenty of room to dance and paint! 

Entry £5 all materials provided for art messing about 

Studio 18, Hope Mill Lane, Brimscombe. GL52SE 

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