RAR-RAP (Rock Against Racism Research ‘n’ Archive Project) and the De La Warr Pavilion are making a call-out as part of the Rock Against Racism: Militant Entertainment 1976-82 exhibition opening at the Pavilion in the Autumn 2021.

We are looking to gather personal stories that may not already have been told from all over the world and particularly from people who live locally to the Pavilion. These will become part of  a living archive and will be included in forthcoming radio shows programmed in parallel to the exhibition, and may also be included within the exhibition.

  • Were you part of a RAR group?
  • How and why did you get involved?
  • Did you help organise events and/or play in a band?
  • Which RAR events did you go to?
  • What were they like?
  • What is your strongest memory of that time?

If you have a story to tell, please send it to us as a voice message. Try to keep your stories between 3-5 minutes long. Please mention your name at the beginning of your audio testimony if you can, however you don’t have to – your story is the key!

Send them to rar@dlwp.com directly or via WeTransfer if the file is too big to send on email.

If you cannot record a voice message but would still like to tell your story, please email us on the address above and we will get in touch.

Posted by sally on Friday 26 February 2021