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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a little Belfast Punk

"Back in 1992 my friends and I were in our late teens and living in the suburbs. We had started venturing to Belfast to see punk bands play in either Richardson's social club or the Penny Farthing bar. Then we got wind of a gig at the Warzone Centre. For years we'd kept hearing rumors about this place… rumors which made it seem almost mythical—shit scary and appealing, all at the same time. Nazi Skinheads would lay in wait to beat up punks. Or, if you weren't punk enough, the punks would beat you up! We had to go…" So begins photographer Ricky Adam's essay in Belfast Punk: Warzone Centre 1997-2003, our Staff Pick for Saint Patrick's Day 2018.

Ricky Adam: Belfast Punk

Ricky Adam: Belfast Punk

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