From early rumours to newspaper speculation to the show’s official confirmation, the last few weeks have certainly kept us on our toes. The prospect of Banksy curating a new show is and will always be the holy grail for many of us. We’ve just seen all the details of the Dismaland show and we are pleased to say that Banksy has certainly continued to live up to it’s expectations.
Dismal Land – a festival of art, amusements and entry-level anarchism.
Are you looking for an alternative to the sugar-coated tedium of the average family day out? Or just somewhere a lot cheaper?
Then this is the place for you. Bring the whole family to come and enjoy the latest addition to our chronic leisure surplus…
Open everyday from 22nd August – 27th September 2015.
11am – 11pm. Admission £3, free for the under 5’s.
Capacity is limited, entry is via ticket only and you need to book a time slot for guaranteed entry.
Find below the floor plan, the confirmed artist-line-up and further details on how to get your tickets for the show.
The full artist list for Banky’s Dismaland Bemusement Park has now been announced and you can expect to see works by:
Amir Schiby (Israel), Axel Void (USA), Banksy (UK), Barry Reigate (UK), Ben Long (Sweden), Bill Barminski (USA), Block 9 (UK), Brock Davis (USA), Caitlin Cherry (USA), Caroline McCarthy (UK), Damien Hirst (UK), David Shrigley (UK), Dorcas Casey (UK), Dietrich Wegner (USA), Ed Hall (UK), Escif (Spain), Espo (USA), Fares Cachoux (Syria), Greg Haberny (USA), James Joyce (UK), Jani Leinonen (Finland), Jeff Gillette (USA), Jenny Holzer (USA), Jessica Harrison (UK), Jimmy Cauty (UK), Josh Keyes (USA), Julie Burchill (UK), Kate MacDowell (USA), Laura Lancaster (UK), Leigh Mulley (UK), Lush (Australia), Mana Neyestani (Iran), Maskull Laserre (Canada), Michael Beitz (USA), Mike Ross (USA), Nettie Wakefield (UK), Paco Pomet (Spain), Paul Insect & BAST (UK/USA), Peter Kennard & Cat Phillips(UK), Polly Morgan (UK), Ronit Baranga (Israel), Scott Hove (USA), Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė (Lithuania), Shadi Al Zaqzouq (Libya), Suliman Mansour (Palestine) and Tinsel Edwards (UK)
In addition, there will also be some special live event nights during the five weeks which will see the likes of Kate Tempest, Pussy Riot and Massive Attack just to name a few.
How do I get a ticket for the Dismaland show?
Tickets sales commence on Friday 21st August and are purchasable through the official Dismaland’s website, so be sure to keep an eye out on their site as no official time has been given.
Check back in later at GraffitiStreet.com/News for more breaking news as it happens as we continue to cover this show with our own exclusive footage over the next days.
We would like you to be part of our live coverage. So get in touch with our news team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org where you can send us your photos and tell us what you think of the Dismaland exhibition.
UPDATE 1: Due to a dismal start following site issues, tickets for the next week are now released via dismaland.co.uk on Tuesday 25th August 2015 at 12:00 UK time.
UPDATE 2: Official Dismaland video has been added
UPDATE 3: Blog link added from our visit to Dismaland
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