After the huge success of shows in London, Harrogate and Manchester Pete McKee is bringing Thud, Crackle, Pop back to his home town. Sheffield’s rich and varied musical heritage provides the perfect backdrop for the show, which is based on Pete’s love of music and vinyl collecting and features over 30 new works. Home of the Arctic Monkeys, Richard Hawley, Pulp, The Human League and countless others, the city has been a constant source of inspiration to Pete McKee and so it makes sense that the last stop on his tour is here in Sheffield.
A Month of Sundays on Sharrow Vale Road will play host to McKee’s pop-up record shop where customers can flip through the racks as they would searching for that elusive LP. Come down and view the work, listen to music curated by Pete and spin your own records. Long live vinyl!
Pete said: 'I have been blown away with the response to this exhibition this year, the turn out to the shows on the tour has been amazing and it has been great to meet so many lovely new people. The show now makes its last stop of the year at my gallery in Sheffield. We are currently working on continuing the tour next year but for now lets have a party in Sheff.'
The exhibition is at a Month of Sundays, 365 Sharrow Vale Road, Sheffield.
22 November - 24 December
From the 1 December the gallery will be open 7 days a week.
Monday - Saturday 10am till 5pm
Sunday 11am till 4pm