Beer bottle labels created in 2006 by Gavin Friday and Redman AKA for Beck’s. Other artists to create labels for Becks include Damien Hirst, Gilbert & George and Jeff Koons.

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Bewitched, bothered and bewildered by Gavin Friday’s recent ‘Tomorrow Belongs To Me’ shows? Not to worry, we’ve done the work for you. Read our primer on German culture, ‘Unter dem Einfluß’, custom made for Gavin Friday fans. “Billed as Gavin’s personal tribute to German culture, the recent Tomorrow Belongs To Me shows left several members…

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A German cultural primer for Gavin Friday fans Billed as Gavin’s personal tribute to German culture, the recent Tomorrow Belongs To Me shows left several members of the audience scratching their heads. Those who recognised little of the performed material might have wondered exactly how such an apparently random collection of songs reflected Germany’s contribution…

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Patrick Lynch sees Tomorrow Belongs to Me, July 27&28, 2006 If I Didn’t Come Up The Liffey In a Bubble (Gavin’s spoken word and autobiographical production at the 2003 Dublin Fringe Festival) was his ‘A Life Story of My Life’ show then ‘Tomorrow Belongs to Me’ certainly would seem to come from the same prized…

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As performed on July 28, 2006 ACT ONE Intro ….’i feel love’ [ Giorgio Moroder] 1. Ave Maria [Bach] 2. In Germany before the War [ Randy Newman] 3. Berlin [Lou Reed] 4. Falling in Love Again [Marlene Dietrich] 5. Lili Marlene [Marlene Dietrich] 6. The Tears of a Lady [Fassbinder / Peer Raben] ACT…

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Tickets for the Friday evening performance of Tomorrow belongs to me have sold out. There are still some tickets for the Thursday show available through www.centralticketbureau.com.

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From the Irish Times: Gavin Friday has formulated his lifelong passion for German music, art, literature and film into a personal tribute show – with the help of a German beer, he tells Brian Boyd In a typically idiosyncratic reaction to the rise of punk rock, David Bowie moved to Berlin and recorded three albums…

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Sleepless in Dublin? Then set your dial to 2FM’s Dan Hegarty show from midnight to 2am tonight. Gavin will drop in to talk about the upcoming Tomorrow Belongs To Me shows. To listen online, start the 2FM livestream. From the show’s website: “Gavin will be bringing in an assortment of his favourite music, and talking…

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