Bring Colour present Handsome Gentlemen from the Hearts Gang

Bring Colour presents Handsome Gentlemen the debut group exhibition from a bunch of Cov based creatives Hearts Gangs who are doing some real nice audio and visual shit.

Kicking off tomorrow night – Saturday 3rd November, the opening party at Unit 7, Creative Village on Far Gosford Street looks to be a belter of a night.

Facebook Event here:

Expect some pretty dope Art, Photography, Live Music & DJ’s.


Live Hip Hop from… RICTA & IDYLLIC

+ DJ’s TBC

The exhibition then continues Til’ Saturday 17th November and is open Tues-Sun (2pm-8pm).

Just what this ghost town needs! Get you ‘sen down there.

This is what the Hearts Gang have to say about it all:

“Coventry isn’t famed for its art. Words like – Vibrant, Fresh, Creative and Young don’t often take star roles in Coventry City Councils shopping list – However… all this is about to change; HG have a gig, and by gig I mean “Massive Warehouse” jam packed to the crumbling asbestos, full of amazing art, delightful music and a crisp exciting way of approaching life in this humdrum Coventry.

Handsome Gentlemen don’t profess to hold any of the answers to the stagnant mystery of Coventry’s “creative sector”. In fact HG don’t profess anything, cards and chest etc. They do however offer a large bowl of optimistic bread to the table – of course the bread is of good wholesome quality; weirdly sweet in sentiment, warm and steamy.

Make no mistakes, the group is a rabble. HG can be best described as a strange, fuming, potion, flaring in a cauldron of confusion. A raggedy bunch of tattooists, graffiti artists, musicians and photographers, who all excel in their chosen field (And if they don’t they think they do) They’re not short of confidence… However they do struggle for a voice. They struggle for a voice in Coventry, a city that fattens daily with an apathy for inspiration. Coventry sits spread, bursting with thick, grey goo slipping from its seams.

HG endeavour to change the plight of Coventry’s Creative Sector by breathing life back into the bowels of the dwindling city. The raggedy, rabble plan to carry out their demonic plot by showcasing an ethos of creativity, and expression. Pop along to the warehouse or you might get shot! “