Red Guitars at Birmingham O2 Institute 2022

So that's it, our Slow to Fade reunion tour is over and we had a joyous adventure and the response has been unexpectedly amazing for us. Here's the last set of photos and round up from the final gig of the tour at Birmingham's O2 Institute. Big high five to all involved and a heartfelt thank … Continue reading Red Guitars at Birmingham O2 Institute 2022

Red Guitars at Brighton Green Door Store 2022

A massive thank you to everyone who came to our Slow to Fade 2022 tour. It's been a joyous adventure, and the response has been unexpectedly amazing for us. We had a terrific time at Brighton's Green Door Store. Big thanks to Sweeval for a great job on the sound. So, here we are, all … Continue reading Red Guitars at Brighton Green Door Store 2022

Red Guitars at The 100 Club London 2022

A massive thank you to everyone who came to our Slow to Fade 2022 tour. It's been a joyous adventure, and the response has been unexpectedly amazing for us. Our show at the legendary 100 Club in London's Oxford Street was sold out and crammed with people dancing and singing along, teeming with friends old … Continue reading Red Guitars at The 100 Club London 2022

Red Guitars Tour 2022 Dress Rehearsal

I was delighted to be invited to take photographs of the Red Guitars Slow to Fade reunion tour dress rehearsal at O'Rileys live music venue, Hull. Looked and sounded great - bring on the real thing. The tour kicks off next Tuesday in Leeds. Click here for tickets Richard Duffy-Howard Marking 40 years since their … Continue reading Red Guitars Tour 2022 Dress Rehearsal

Hull Fast Film

Hull Fast Film made in 1992 by Andy Hazell with soundtrack by Hallam Lewis…

Iconic images and sounds of Hull, the River, barges, pilots, docks, ships and shops, fish and chips, streets, houses, Hull Fair, have a look and explore this fascinating art film, now social history of Hull.

Originally a twin screen film projected onto the outside of the Ferens Art Gallery.

Open Bridges

Hull Fast Film made in 1992 by Andy Hazell with soundtrack by Hallam Lewis

Iconic images and sounds of Hull, the River, barges, pilots, docks, ships and shops, fish and chips, streets, houses, Hull Fair, have a look and explore this fascinating art film, now social history of Hull.

Originally a twin screen film projected onto the outside of the Ferens Art Gallery.

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Rich & Lou Duffy-Howard

Open Bridges made history when for the first time all 13 of the bridges over the River Hull in the UK’s City of Culture 2017 raised, swung or closed simultaneously splitting the city of Hull in two at 20:17 hours on 22nd September 2017.  Historic vessels sailed down the River to be met by 21st century tugs.

Open Bridges is an independent Hull/East Yorkshire based project.

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