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Exhibition on Birmingham's legendary Que Club comes to London

Via personal artefacts, film footage and more, it will tell the full story of the iconic Birmingham techno club


An exhibition on Birmingham's legendary Que Club is coming to London.

Running from 1st to 4th December at the Crypt Gallery, In The Que explores the history and legacy of the iconic techno club via a selection of source material, including film footage, personal artefacts, flyers, posters and photographs.

Organised in collaboration with AFFXWRKS, the exhibition will shine a light on how the Que Club spearheaded rave culture from 1989 until 2017. 

Go here to learn more about the exhibition.

The news comes ten months on from the announcement of a 34-minute documentary, also called In the Que, exploring the thirty-year history of the club, which hosted several legendary club nights during the emergence of the UK acid house–including Atomic Jam, Flashback and House of God.

In its heyday, the Que Club hosted the likes of Daft Punk, Underworld, David Bowie, and Massive Attack. A number of BBC Radio One Essential Mixes were also recorded in the club, including Carl Cox, Sven Väth, and Paul Oakenfold.