"The London Riot Re-enactment Society will stage re-enactments of noted riots from London's history, with some attempt at historical accuracy. You are no doubt aware of the widespread popularity of historical re-enactment societies, you may also be aware of moves to re-enact more recent events in history. The London Riot Re-enactment Society was inspired by the idea that we can re-enact not the distant past, but events that we remember and may actually have taken part in."
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Vertigo magazine started in 1993 and continues to focus on new independent film and moving image. Vertigo also runs a website with an online edition of their magazine along with organising a variety of special events.
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"Dead by Dawn was a techno and speedcore club in Brixton, South London that ran from 26 February 1994 until 6 April 1996. In itself this was nothing particularly unusual – at the time it felt that every available social space was being taken over by record decks, speaker stacks and dancers, and in Brixton there was plenty of techno to be heard of various varieties. But Dead by Dawn was unique, and not just because its music was the hardest and fastest to be heard in London."
"Daniel Sayer founded rabblewise films in 2001 to create feature films, documentaries and video art."