Our friends at Jitter Records host the inaugural Jitter Fest next Sunday in Sydney! The dress up theme is punk rock xmas: how can you resist?
Speaking of XMAS: the following weekend – Sunday 14 December – we’ll once again open the doors to our secret headquarters – Junior Gazette – for a zine open day so you can get all the zines you want from the Take Care stable, sans postage. More details to come, stay tuned!
Come visit us at our studio and buy all the zines you want – minus the postage!
Details of our first zine open day for 2014:
- at Junior Gazette, Level 1, 91 Railway Parade, Marrickville
(Accessibility: Junior Gazette is up a split level flight of stairs and has no lift.)
We hope you can make it! We’ll add some photos of our space when it’s set up for zine action closer to the date.
Join us at Junior Gazette on Sunday 17 November as we pay homage to the Pope of Mope: Morrissey.
Tea and toast!
Morrissey Christmas card corner!
Readings from Autobiography (read your favourite passage)!
Morrissey’s favourite songs!
Prize for the best quiff!
And, at 8pm, A Taste of Honey screens (written by Shelagh Delaney, Directed by Tony Richardson, loved by Morrissey).
November Spawned by Morrissey is brought to you by Junior Gazette and Vanessa Berry.
Edit: This block of open days and film screenings are being postponed! We will let you know when we’ve confirmed the new dates. Sorry if this puts anyone out – stay tuned!
The next round of our zine open days at Junior Gazette starts this weekend! Dates and times:
Sunday 8 September, 2-6pm
Sunday 22 September, 2-6pm
Sunday 6 October, 2-6pm
At 6pm screenings of the Dexter Fletcher Feminist Film Club commence, starting with Dreams of a Life this Sunday. See Junior Gazette site for full details.
This Sunday (30th June) we’ll be having another open day at our studio, Junior Gazette. Check out two shelves of zines from the Take Care catalogue. No postage, yippee! We’ll be open from 12pm til around 5pm. At 5:30 you’re invited to join us for the second screening of the Dexter Fletcher Feminist Film Club.
Level 1, 91 Railway Pde Marrickville (opposite Sydenham station)