We the People Are the Work to screen film exploring the Plymouth punk scene

By Aaron Lohan

As part of multi-site exhibition We the People Are the Work in Plymouth, artist Matt Stokes will be filming a new documentary on the city’s punk rock scene.

The film will look at the genre’s legacy in protest movements, whilst also looking at the decline of live music venues across South West England. It will feature live footage of local bands Crazy Arm, The Bus Station Loonies, and Suck My Culture performing across various Plymouth based venues.

It will be screened on at The Gallery at Plymouth College of Art from 22nd September until 18 November.

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