Events & Exhibitions

London Calling Exhibition

17 June 2010 - 4 July 2010

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 'London Calling' album, the life of Ray Lowry and the launch of the Ray Lowry Foundation, there will be a very unique art exhibition staged in the Ideas Generation Gallery in Brick lane, London. Starting on the 17th June for 4 weeks.

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Laugharne Weekend Festival

9 April 2010 - 12 April 2010

Laugharne Weekend

The fourth Laugharne Weekend Festival will be held on the weekend of April 9th 2010.Previous artists to have performed at the festival include Patti Smith, Ray Davies, Will Self, Roger McGough, Simon Armitage, Lionel Shriver, Alexei Sayle, Rhys Ifans, Rachel Trezise, Jon Ronson, Keith Allen, Mick Jones, Stella Duffy,
Bruce Reynolds, Howard Marks etc.

Ray Lowry Retrospective

5 December 2009 - 7 March 2010

The planning of this exhibition has been going on for the past few months, alongside Charlotte from the gallery and Ray’s son Sam .The event celebrates Ray’s roots in Cadishead and incorporates a vast display of his work throughout his life.

Ray Lowry Retrospective

Ray Lowry Retrospective Exhibition

5 December 2009 - 7 March 2010

We hope that you are able to join us in an evening of live music and entertainment to celebrate the life of Ray Lowry.

Location: Salford Museum and Art Gallery, Peel Park, Crescent, Salford M5 4WU

A fascinating insight into the mind and work of one of Britain’s greatest rock cartoonists and his achievements as a painter, a writer, photographer and war artist for the Clash - a genius.

The Good Soul of Szechuan

30 October 2009 - 28 November 2009

Sometimes the artwork about events draws me to it as much as the write up ,as is the case with the illustration for “The Good Soul of Szechuan” at the library Theatre in October. If you haven’t seen a performance at the theatre before I think you’ll be impressed, it’s not too big, so that you are able to engage well with the performance.

The Good Soul of Szechuan

A.L. Kennedy at The Roundhouse

14 October 2009

AL Kennedy is the author of five previous novels, two books of non-fiction, and three collections of short stories. Her last novel, Day, won the Costa

Armando Ianucci at The Roundhouse

11 October 2009 - 12 October 2009

Armando Ianucci has been behind much of the most important British comedy and satire for over a decade having created "The Day Today", "Alan Partridge", "The Saturday Night Armistice" and "The Thick Of It".  He has produced many tv and radio programmes including "On The Hour" and "The Mary Whitehouse Experience". He is the co-writer and director of the critically acclaimed film "In The Loop". He has won two Sony Radio Awards
and three British Comedy Awards.

Jah Wobble at The Roundhouse

4 October 2009

Jah Wobble was a founder member of Public Image Limited along with John Lydon, whom Wobble met, along with Sid Vicious at sixth form college.After leaving the band, Wobble embarked on a solo career and his album "Rising Above Bedlam" was nominated for The Mercury Prize in 1992. Tonight he will be interviewed and read from his autobiography "Memoirs of a Geezer" and do a Q & A session.

Doors Open: 7.30 pm
Admission: £6

The Right Hand Man: A tribute exhibition to Ray Lowry

1 October 2009 - 1 November 2009

Ray - photographed by Andrew Farrington

Our autumn exhibition plays homage to the late Ray Lowry who died a year ago on the 14th October

His work as a cartoonist was world renown having had work published in the likes of NME, private eye, the Guardian and many more.

His energetic ink sketches whilst on tour with the Clash are now collectors’ items and his fine art and abstract work has gained recognition in the art world.

Under the Volcano

25 September 2009 - 22 November 2009

It is with great excitement that the gallery was invited to contribute pieces of Ray’s work into the Malcolm Lowry exhibition. Ray was obsessed by the book haven’t read it so many times it became a parallel to his own life and world and throughout the years his art work was directly influenced by the book and probably under the influence of alcohol. Before his death Ray’s once again revisited “Under the Volcano” and a set of emotional, scratchy images emerged. Well worth a visit. Thanks to Bryan Biggs at the Bluecoat for making it happen.