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Que Club New Epic Exhibition For 2023

Que Club Exhibition in London For 2023: Unveiling the Legacy

Discover Que Club –  the pulsating heart of techno history as the Crypt Gallery in London prepares to host a mesmerizing exhibition. This captivating event, set to illuminate the city from 1st to 4th December, delves into the vibrant legacy of Birmingham‘s legendary club.

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The Exhibition: A Journey Through Rave Culture

“In The Que” is more than just an exhibition; it’s a time capsule that takes you on a nostalgic journey through the golden era of rave culture. Organized in collaboration with the creative powerhouse AFFXWRKS, this event promises an immersive experience. Explore an astonishing array of original source material, from evocative film footage to personal artefacts that tell a story. Marvel at the extensive collection of flyers, posters, and photographs that have captured the essence of the iconic techno club.

The Heartbeat of the Techno Revolution

The Que Club wasn’t just a club; it was the epicenter of a cultural revolution. From its inception in 1989 to its final beat in 2017, it was the forge where rave culture was hammered into the consciousness of the UK. “In The Que” shines a spotlight on how this club was not just a venue, but a movement that shaped an entire generation.

Learn More About This Historic Event

Curious to know more? Dive deeper into the history and impact of the Que Club by visiting the official exhibition page. This is your chance to unravel the rich tapestry of stories and memories that have made the Que Club an enduring symbol of techno culture.

The Documentary: Capturing 30 Years of Musical History

Building on the anticipation, the announcement comes a mere ten months after the release of a gripping 34-minute documentary, also titled “In The Que”. This cinematic masterpiece explores the three-decade-long saga of the Que Club, a venue that birthed legendary club nights during the rise of UK acid house. Names like Atomic Jam, Flashback, and House of God were synonymous with this cultural landmark.

Star-Studded Memories

At its zenith, the Que Club was a beacon for musical icons. It hosted performances from world-renowned artists such as Daft Punk, Underworld, David Bowie, and Massive Attack. The club’s legacy is further cemented by the numerous BBC Radio One Essential Mixes recorded within its walls, featuring legends like Carl Cox, Sven Väth and Paul Oakenfold.

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