London in the 60s was the centre of a cultural revolution with unprecedented and radical developments in music, fashion and art. At the centre of this was trend-setter, heroin addict and promiscuous homosexual Robert Fraser, AKA Groovy Bob, a hedonistic modern art dealer who introduced London to Andy Warhol, Peter Black, Claes Oldenburg and Jean-Michel Basquiat. His close friend and biographer Harriet Vyner talks to musician Bob Stanley (St Etienne) about Sixties pop culture, Robert’s influence on the music scene and the coming together of pop, high art, street fashion, sex and drugs.Buy tickets
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