NO:ID @ Harry Ohm Studios

After a lot of work, here it is: NO:ID @ Harry Ohm recording studio. Not far from Elephant & Castle tube station, we offer professional recording and mastering in a relaxed and creative  athmosphere.  The experienced hand of Mr. Richy B. aka "Harry Ohm" has been producing records of all styles for more than a decade.  Wanna record ya fiddle, do it here. Contact NO:ID via form... and see you there.

NO:ID @ Harry Ohm

The Fish and the Fury

Tuesday May 3rd, 7pm - late, The Others, 6 and 8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, N16 5SA, London, United KingdomThe Fish and the Fury is a live music event celebrating Russian avant-garde, cultural differences, idiocy of everyday life, excessive eating and the strategies of self-improvement through the distorted and tinted glasses of an absurdist nightmare.Warning: the show may contain nutters, flashy images, loud noises and scenes you may find disturbing. Can't miss that!



NO:ID Gallery believes in the unity of all forms of art, time-based and fine art. Our events are bringing artists from all sides of the spectrum together.

All our artists and art forms question identity, as they establish meaning. On these pages, you find recent and up-coming projects from the whole range of music, dance, performance, theatre, puppeteering, live creation of painting and sculpture, and everthing in between.

Xanthous, at Total Transparency, 2010

The Castle

Seriously nice pub run by a young arty team of irish origin, with a cool function room and a smile on the face. Perfect place for the pint after the private view and open until... can't remember...

44 Commercial Road
London E1 1LN

020 7481 2361

The Others

Rooted in the Stoke Newington heartland of N16 above Stoke Newington Church Street The Others is a multifunctional space allowing for the realisation of a wide variety of peoples ideas from Tai Chi to fencing through to photography and comedy. From the front door there are easy links to Finsbury Park tube and Liverpool Street via Stoke Newington Station BR and a wide selection of buses to/from Angel,Kings Cross, The West end and beyond.

The Others website

NO:ID Festival

NO:ID Festival was first held in 2010. Two full days and evenings / nights of events in Stoke Newington brought together artists from the NO:ID network, and created a truly exciting time.

NO:ID Festival flyer - front

Total Transparency 2010

Total Transparency was the theme of a large NO:ID group show at Ice Father Nation.

16 fine artists, and countless performance and music artists, have made this exhibition and series of events a truly remarkable and unforgettable event.

Transparency is a keyword just as important as identity - crucial for the 21st century.

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