To mark the fortieth anniversary of punk in the capital, a series of live performances, films, talks and exhibitions are planned for 2016 under the banner Punk. London: 40 Years of Subversive Culture.
Punk London will kick off with the Resolution Festival from 4 to 14 January 2016 at The 100 Club, the world-famous music venue that hosted the legendary two-day 100 Club Punk Festival in September 1976.
Other organisations involved in Punk London include the British Fashion Council, British Film Institute, British Library, Design Museum, Doc ‘n Roll Films, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Live Nation Merchandise, Museum of London, The Photographers’ Gallery, Rough Trade, PYMCA, Premier and On|Off, Roundhouse and Universal Music Catalogue.
More details about future events will be circulated via the Punk London website.
“Punk London is supported by the Mayor of London.”