Room 103: Nov. 16th and 17th @ Studio 24, Leeds

Tony Baker has been liaising with Kirsty and Claire at Studio 24 in Leeds to prepare for  a special weekend showing of a selection from “Room 103”. As well as a selection of visual artwork, there will be performances by “The Commoners Choir” and “Le POUM” of Orwell-inspired compositions.

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Alongside the work of established artists, there will also be a selection of work created by students from the Art Enterprise degree course at the University Centre of Leeds City College.

This may be the only time that Room 103 comes to Leeds, so, make sure  you don’t miss it.

Opening Times :                                                                                                                    Friday 16th November 6.00pm- 8.00pm                                                                          Saturday 17th November 10.30am – 5.30pm

Artists in the show include :  Tony Baker, Glenn Ibbitson, Dick Durkin, Garry Barker, Antoni Garcia Serrat, Tom Poultney, Jonathan Turner, Dave Stephens & Will Stephens, Aamta Tul Waheed, Eve Murphy, Nigel Robert Pugh, Paul Steffan Jones, Salt & Shaw, Alan Pergusey, Kath Wilkinson, Emma Saunders, Sonia Boué, Aran Jackson, Helen Hookins, Charlotte Ross, Charles McSaury, Lucy Thackray, Kerry Baldry, Jordan Hartley, Ellah Devlin, Vincent Courtney, Joe Kelly, Liam Burke

 

Read Tony baker’s full press release here.

https://www.leedsinspired.co.uk/events/room-103

Studio 24

https://www.studio24leeds.com

Gate 2 Unit 23a    66-70 Mabgate   Leeds  LS9 7DZ
info@studio24leeds.com

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Commoners Choir website

 

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