The mighty Phlegm begins to paint at Church View #StreetArt #DoncasterIsGreat

Those lovely people at the Doncaster Central Development Trust (DCDT) have made a great job of clearing the Church View courtyard area. It’s almost ready for performance, music and storytelling events such as The Telling… all it needs is a lick of paint from a world class street artist like Phlegm

Phlegm doesn’t get too many opportunities to paint on this scale so close to where he lives (Sheffield I hope you’re listening!), so we can expect to see something pretty amazing…

He has two large-scale solo works planned for Church View and there’s talk of possible collaborations with Run and Kid Acne, so he’ll be around for the next couple of weeks.

He’s one of the nicest and most sincere blokes you can ever hope to meet, so if you’re in the area and happen to see him make sure you say ‘Hi’… and feel free to donate some white outdoor emulsion if you have any handy 😉

One guy who did pop in to say ‘Hi’ is Doncaster’s very own prodigal street-artist ‘Kozy the Crackhead‘…

Kozy has already worked with renowned punk artist Jamie Reid and will now be working opposite Phlegm in the Church View courtyard… watch this space!

I’ll keep you posted as Phlegm & Kosy’s works take shape.

If you’re a local artist, musician, writer or storyteller who’d like to get involved then why not get in touch.

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7 thoughts on “The mighty Phlegm begins to paint at Church View #StreetArt #DoncasterIsGreat

  1. Hi Rachel
    I popped in to Church View today to see the exhibition, it was cool. What is the short term plan for the building? I would like to run a pop up food event there, I think it could be fun?

    1. Hi Steven,

      The courtyard is accessible through the offices of the Doncaster Central Development Trust who are open through the day Tues to Thurs most weeks. They’re often around at other times as the inside space is used quite regularly. The best bet would be to contact them before you visit…

      http://www.doncastercdt.org/contact-us

      Ask for Ben or Wes, I’m sure they’d be happy for you to photograph Phlegm’s work 🙂

      Warm regards,
      Warren

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