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The Hell Bus is in town for one night only! Join us for a look inside the bus, followed by a talk from creator Darren Cullen.
About this event:
Hell Bus – Darren Cullen aka Spelling Mistakes Cost Lives
Darren is a satirical artist from Leeds, now based in south London where he runs the Museum of Neoliberalism. Cullen is best known for his Mini Daily Mail, Action Man: Battlefield Casualties toys, and Pocket Money Loans payday loan shop for kids which featured at Banksy’s Dismaland.
His latest project is the Hell Bus, a pre-apocalyptic marketing suite about oil company greenwashing, focusing on Shell, and satirising the absurd spectacle of oil and gas corporations attempting to convince the public that they’re going to help save the world from oil and gas corporations.
Cullen’s anti-Shell work has previously been the subject of an unsuccessful cease and desist from Shell who didn’t find it very funny, but the bus has toured around the country from COP26 to Glastonbury and will be free to view at Make Hamilton Square on Saturday 19th November.
Pop in after work for a tour of the bus, followed by a talk and Q&A with Darren!
– Bus open from 5pm
– Bar open from 5pm
– Talk and Q&A 6pm
Are there ID or minimum age requirements for this class?
The exhibition is open to all, however all under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
We are a stone’s throw away from Hamilton Square train station which is just a short walk down Cleveland street and accessible from all inner city Liverpool Stations and all Wirral line stations.
There are numerous bus stops nearby and around the Hamilton Square area, all just short walks away from our space. These include numbers: 41, 216, 217, 409, 410, 411, 413, 414, 423, 811 and several others.
Follow the signs for Hamilton Square. We don’t have any designated parking for visitors but there is a range of paid and free parking close by.
– Cleveland Street
– Prince Street
– Elgin Way
– Duncan Street
– Hinson Street
More on wirral.gov.uk/parking-roads-and-travel
Free and unlimited parking:
– Russell Street (5 min walk)
– Brooke Street East (5 min walk)
Parking becomes free and unlimited after 6:30pm.
Downloading the Just Park app on your mobile device will allow for more efficient and cheaper parking payments.
How accessible is the venue?
The café is located on the ground floor which provides full accessibility to the premises including toilet provisions.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Feel free to get in touch with the Make CIC office at 0151 601 8665 or email email@example.com
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
This is a free event, it isn’t necessary to print your ticket.