Timebridge Centre brings a touch of Banksy to New Addington


Banksy’s coming to New Addington.

Well, at least some part of the Bansky-inspired Dismaland exhibit from Weston-super-Mare last year is going on display at the Timebridge Community Centre later this month.

Working together with the Sir Philip Game Centre, Timebridge will be hosting ADP – The Aftermath Dislocation Principle – Riot Tour by artist James Cauty from November 28 until December 5.

The work features disused shipping containers, so ought to delight council alikadoos and culture vultures, such as Boozepark fans Jo Negrini and Tony Newman.

James Cauty: bringing the village to New Addington

James Cauty: bringing the village to New Addington

Cauty was the co-founder of The KLF and The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu and has had a string of global top 10 music hits.

The ADP Riot Tour is an experimental art work touring sites of historic rioting in the UK. ADP was re-branded as The Model Village and installed in Banksy’s Dismaland in 2015.

On Friday December 2, the Community Centre will be hosting an open evening for members of the public along with it’s regular Youth Club. This is a free event and all are welcome to attend.

Further details can be found at jamescauty.com and www.spgcentre.co.uk

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