The worlds first and only Museum of Club Culture opened in Hull in 2010 at No. 10 Humber Street, HU1 1TG spearheading the establishment of a creative and cultural quarter in Hull's idiosyncratic and historic Fruitmarket. This unique space hosts a cluster of projects and multi-media themed exhibitions which chronicle and celebrate past and present night-club cultures and streetstyles from around the world.


'Badge Mania'
Starts Friday 5th September during The Freedom Festival
and continues weekends 11 - 4.30pm
Badge Mania celebrates the history and myriad of functions of the humble badge featuring images of Josiah Wedgewood's Anti Slavery badge of 1787 acknowledged by William Wilberforce as having a significant impact on the passing in parliament of the Anti Slavery Bill.
Hundreds of badges including biker insignia, punk badges, political awareness badges to the classic smiley will be on show along with a timeline charting the history and social and political landscape of the badge.
Free Entry!

Dutty Lingo is a multi-media arts installation, oral history, cultural exploration, which was originally created by artist and creative producer Michael Barnes-Winters for Tate Tanks. In collaboration with The Museum of Club Culture, Michael has assembled, with help from a team of young emerging film makers from Hull College of Art, counterculture stories from a cross generational selection of Hull residents. The filmed ‘talking heads’ interviews will be presented at The Museum of Club Culture, Humber St., Hull during The Freedom festival.


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