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PREVIEW: Art & Protest: What’s there to be mad about?

August 17, 2019

Bethlem Gallery presents a group exhibition of artworks and protest ephemera curated by artist and activist Dolly Sen. The artwork is produced by people who rise up against what has hurt them, whether it be psychiatric coercion, benefit cut deaths, austerity, or any other form of oppression.

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Pimp My Unicorn – A new arts show for Norwich Pride

James Ledward June 8, 2019

With Norwich Pride only 50 days away, the annual Pride Without Prejudice art show has had to be cancelled due to a lack bookings. Dismayed by this news, Norfolk based poet and artist Vince Laws, has booked the whole of St Margaret’s Church of Art on St Benedict’s Street in Norwich and intends to fill it with art, and poetry, and politics, and performance. 

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PREVIEW: DWP Deaths In Battersea by Vince Laws

James Ledward March 10, 2019

Artist and activist, Vince Laws, has produced a series of shrouds, eight of which will be on display at Battersea Arts Centre as part of the Rest & Resilience Festival, till March 16.

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A Very Queer Nazi Faust awarded ‘Unlimited’ funding! 

James Ledward April 22, 2018

A VERY Queer Nazi Faust, an experimental participatory performance created by Norfolk-based poet, artist, and disability rights campaigner, Vince Laws, highlights the plight of disabled people under the current Tory government. It was cast via social media and performed to great acclaim at Norwich LGBT+ Pride in 2017.

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PREVIEW: A Very Queer Nazi Faust @ Dandifest

James Ledward April 19, 2017

Celebrating 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality, and highlighting the genocide of disabled people under the current Conservative Government, Vince Laws premieres the first act of A Very Queer Nazi Faust during the launch party in Norwich for Dandifest 2017.

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PREVIEW: A Very Queer Nazi Faust is happening!

Graham Robson January 31, 2017

Vince Laws, independent poet, artist and campaigner, has launched a new four-part participatory theatre project in Norwich. A Very Queer Nazi Faust will celebrate 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK, and will “highlight the plight of disabled people under the current government”.

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Artist paints ‘Debbie the Sunflower’ for disabled people’s human rights group

James Ledward November 23, 2016

Artist and campaigner Vince Laws is presently oil painting a series of 100 named Sunflowers. While working on the project, he heard the sad news that Debbie Jolly, co-founder of Disabled People Against Cuts (DCAP) had died.

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