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Below is a selection of images of the ADP RIOT TOUR so far, with info on where it's been and what events it's been part of.

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THE ADP Riot Tour is officially too long for our web pages.

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The ADP situated on the Grassmarket, in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle.

As part of the ADP stop in Edinburgh the Too Much Fun Club (The TMFC) hosted an event with artists Elph and Chris Rutterford.

The artists created murals that the public could get involved in, themed on Edinburgh's Porteous Riots. Elph's mural was painted on and contributed to by people passing by, whilst Chris Rutterford made portraits of members of the public and added them to his mural.

The ADP was in Edinburgh from the 31st October - 7th November.


Click the image to read the RIOT in EDINBURGH pamphlet
Click the image to read the RIOT in EDINBURGH pamphlet


The ADP outside Platform, Glasgow.

As part of the ADP stop in Glasgow, Jimmy Cauty and Steve Lowe took part in an artist talk at Platform discussing the Riot tour, dissent and revolution. The event was free but ticketed and preceded a concert at the space by Sarah Neufeld and Stefan Schneider.

The ADP was in Glasgow from the 7th - 14th November.


Click hear to read the riot in GLASGOW pamphlet PAGE 1
Click hear to read the riot in GLASGOW pamphlet PAGE 1



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Click hear to read the riot in GLASGOW pamphlet PAGE 2


A girl making her mark on the ADP 1 container in Exchange Street Car Park, Macclesfield.

The community in Macclesfield put on a creative and curious stop for the tour. Local artists were engaged from start to end: Ralph McGaul created a woodcut of the 1812 potato riot and prints of this helped fund the stop; on the opening night Mayoress Alift Harewood-Jones launched the ADP with a bottle of locally brewery Red Willow Brew; there was a 'domestic commotion' percussion performance on white goods by Several Unidentified Males, lead by John Hartshorn; "The Price of Potatoes" poetry written and performed by Mark Rawlins and a Q & A with Jimmy Cauty.

On Saturday 19th November there was a full day of events. Hundreds of placards were created by members of the public, coordinated by Ailsa Holland. A new map of the world was drawn by dozens of contributors, facilitated by Becca Smith. Questions on the topic of Rioting and Macclesfield were buried by Neil Puttick and were uncovered by members of the public and discusssed. A wall of food was collected and donated to Silklife Food Bank. Live music and poetry was performed throughout the afternoon and a pop up rave with DJ's Johnstone McGuckian and Si Lock finished a day.

The ADP was in Macclesfield from the 15th - 21st November.


Click hear to read the riot in MACCLESFIELD pamphlet
Click hear to read the riot in MACCLESFIELD pamphlet


The ADP outside Oxford's Bodleian Library.

The ADP was shown in Oxford by OVADA Gallery as part of the Oxford Lights Festival.

Over the course of one weekend 31,870 visitors were recorded viewing the ADP.

The ADP was in Oxford from the 25th - 27th November.


Click hear to read the riot in OXFORD pamphlet
Click hear to read the riot in OXFORD pamphlet


The ADP outside the Timebridge Community Centre, New Abbington.

As part of the stop the Timebridge Community Centre & Sir Philip Game Centre hosted an opening event with Jimmy Cauty and young people from neighbouring youth clubs.

The Centre is also hosting a make your own jam jar for the Community Centre users.

The ADP was in New Abbington from the 28th November to the 5th December.


Click hear to read the riot in CROYDON pamphlet
Click hear to read the riot in CROYDON pamphlet


The ADP at University of Essex, Colchester Campus.

As part of the stop there was an opening event and a family day of activities, including making a short motion animation.

The ADP was in Colchester from the 5th - 12 December.


Click hear to read the riot in COLCHESTER pamphlet
Click hear to read the riot in COLCHESTER pamphlet


ADP 1, 2 & 3 in the Garden of Eden, Panacea Museum, Bedford.

All three ADP containers were united for the first time in the Garden of Eden at the Panaceam Museum in Bedford.

For the closing event hosts from the whole tour joined guests to write their message to the world on postcards attached to 1,000 RIOT balloons, which were ceremonially released at 20:23 to the sound of the Red Army Choir and the Horns of the Apocalypse.

The ADP was in Bedford from the 12th - 25th December.


Click hear to read the riot in BEDFORD pamphlet PAGE 1
Click hear to read the riot in BEDFORD pamphlet PAGE 1



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Click hear to read the riot in BEDFORD pamphlet PAGE 2


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