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Arctic Monkeys announce new exhibition in Sheffield and London

To celebrate Arctic Monkeys forthcoming shows at London’s O2Arena and Sheffield FlyDSA Arena, the photographer Zackery Michael has curated an exhibition which will run during the week of the shows in each city.

The exhibition will showcase a select number of previously unseen photographs of the band taken during the making of and tour surrounding the current album, Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino.

 

Alongside never before seen images of the band, the exhibition will include a version of the Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino model, originally created for the sleeve by Alex Turner, tour posters and a short film giving a behind the scenes look at the making of the album and tour.

A limited number of prints, posters, postcards and vinyl will be available to purchase exclusively at the exhibition. All profits raised from the sale of all framed prints by Zackery Michael will go to the charity.

 

SHEFFIELD EXHIBITION:

The exhibition will run from Monday 17 September to Sunday 23 September from 11am until 7pm Monday to Saturday and 11am until 4pm on Sunday at KIAC, 40 Ball St, Sheffield S3 8DB.

The Sheffield exhibition is a free event and open to all ages. No tickets required.

LONDON EXHIBITION:

The exhibition will run from Sunday 9 September until Thursday 13 September from 11am until 7pm daily at 67 Great Titchfield St, Fitzrovia, London W1W 7PT.

Tickets are free of charge, open to all ages and available here now: https://arcticmonkeys.seetickets.com. A maximum of 2 tickets per person. There are eight 45-minute slots daily. Tickets will be named and ticket holders will be asked for ID on arrival. Customers will receive an email with their tickets; they must show the email or a print out of the email on arrival, along with their ID.

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