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2nd Mar 2013 5:05pm | By Editor
This new play, at the former factory-turned-creative-arts-space The Bussey Building, is about artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, who graduated from the street to fine art.
His life intertwined with friends Keith Haring and Andy Warhol is also explored.
Michael Walters is Basquiat, Simon Ginty is activist Haring while funnyman Adam Riches portrays the bleached demi-god of modern art Warhol in this musical production that is truly modern itself.
£10+, Mar 4-30, 7.45pm
(Sat matinees 3.30pm, Mar 9, 16, 23 & 30)
Station | Peckham Rye
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