Young Souls Exhibition at Youth Club Pop-up

22 July 11

Posted at 3:52

 

©james lange pymca

Youth Club one of London’s newest and most happening Galleries hosted the Private View for Deans New Exhibition. The Gallery in Kingly Court (off Carnaby Street) London had a great turn out and was visited by lots of people eager to catch a first glimpse of the show.

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Legendary Northern Soul DJ and Mr. 6T's / Kent Records Ady Croasdell was joined behind the decks by Donna Driscoll, Jo Wallace and Dean also popped a few choice 45's on too, the night was a very lively affair.

The show is now open to the public and runs until 4th August.

Saturdays inc 23rd July 1pm - 6pm

Weekdays Mon - Fri 11am - 6pm

The exhibition consists of 22 large prints some of which are exclusive to this show and there is also the opportunity to see the YOUNG SOULS film that is currently screening on www.125magazine.com

The Galleries address is as follows for all enquires
contact Youth Club direct:

info@youthclublondon.com
Telephone: +44(0) 20 7437 0391
2.3 Kingly Court
Carnaby Street
London, W1B 5PW
all images of the Private View Part shown here were taken by ©James Lange @ PYMCA

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Young Souls on 125magazine.com

15 July 11

Posted at 3:34

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Last night Dean unveiled his new Short Film

YOUNG SOULS

There was an electric atmosphere in The Bethnal Green Working Men's Club last night as eminent Soul DJ's built up the excitement with their finely tuned record selections.

Then it was time!..

YOUNG SOULS played at 9pm...

As the film drew to a close the audience’s cheers, whoops and applause confirmed that YOUNG SOULS is not only a beautifully engaging Art piece but an accessible thrilling and energizing expression made with integrity and passion.

In total the film ran three times through the evening, each time to packed audiences. Between the screenings the DJ's kept the dance floors pulsing.

As day broke and the night at Bethnal Green drew to a close YOUNG SOULS became available to view online at www.125magazine.com

Already the film has been viewed by an incredibly high number of viewers and amongst its plaudits..

The Word Magazine Tweeted:

"If you've ever totally lost yourself while dancing, this brilliant short film by @nitzerdc (dean chalkley) will bring it all back ..."

Q Magazine Tweeted:

"Get a Northern Soul fix with this smart new short film YOUNG SOULS from Dean Chalkley. You can smell the talc from here."

So what are you waiting for get to:

www.125magazine.com

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