Taking place in one of London’s iconic brutalist spaces.

FACT will host a free show with Lee Gamble, Demdike Stare and Puce Mary at 180 The Strand on March 28. The show is part of London’s Re-Textured Festival, which takes place on March 28 – 31 at a variety of venues across London.

The event will see noise artist Puce Mary delivering a live set, Lee Gamble bringing a new A/V show in support of his exceptional new album In Paraventral Scale and Demdike Stare collaborating with filmmaker Michael England for three unique live performances.

The event will take place in the brutalist setting of 180 The Strand. 500 free tickets are available on a first come, first served basis – email your name to rsvpretextured@factmag.com to reserve a place.

Please note that you can only reserve one ticket per email address and that capacity is strict, so make sure you get down early to ensure entry.

For more details check out the Facebook event. Tickets to individual Re-Textured events at E1 London, Walthamstow Assembly, Southbank Centre, 180 The Strand, Village Underground and The Silver Building are available now at their website.

Check out the the full lineup for Re-Textured 2019 below.

Update, March 25: All tickets to the event have been allocated. See you on the night!

Re-Textured 2019 full lineup

Aisha Devi (Live)
Anastasia Kristensen
Andy Stott (Live)
Aurora Halal (Live)
Ben Sims
Blue Veil
Cabaret Voltaire (Live)
Carla Dal Forno (Live)
Caterina Barbieri + Ruben Spini (Live A/V)
Deena Abdelwahed (Live)
Demdike Stare (Live A/V)
Dj Nobu
Dr. Rubinstein
Elena Colombi
Fatima Al Qadiri (Live)
Gesloten Cirkel (Live)
Giant Swan (Live)
James Ruskin
Jan Jelinek
JASSS presents Steam  (Live A/V)
Karen Gwyer (Live)
Kassem Mosse (Live)
Lee Gamble (Live A/V)
Lena Willikens
Lucrecia Dalt (Live)
Machine Woman (Live)
Nina Kraviz
Object Blue (Live)
Phase Fatale
Puce Mary (Live A/V)
Shackleton (Live)
Silvia Kastel
Surgeon (Live)
Simo Cell
Sync 24
The Orb (Live)
Trevor Jackson
Veronica Vasicka

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