Across the country, many music venues are involved in embittered struggles between property developers and planning departments on one hand, and partygoers and DJs on the other.
Liverpool’s 24 Kitchen Street is one such space, a multi-arts venue and club surrounded by encroaching developments.
24 Kitchen Street co-owner Saad Shaffi will go in conversation online, 13 August, 6pm-7pm, with Chris Torpey (Bido Lito) and Emma Warren (author of Make Some Space and Total Refreshment Centre family member) to talk about nighttime economies, nocturnal cultures and the civic fabric.
All events are streamed here, followed by a public chat on Open Eye Gallery’s Discord chat room community. To join the Discord, follow this link and download Discord on desktop or mobile: https://discord.gg/CqqC55h
This event is part of The Time We Call Our Own, an upcoming exhibition and series of online events around nightlife, identity, and how photography shapes our sense of shared experience, led by Open Eye Gallery and supported by SEVENSTORE.