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David Bircham: Alien Ink



Real teenagers with real issues form the heart and soul of Channel 4’s straight-talking online serial off the streets of Camden. Each weekly webisode lets readers interact with the highly individual cast based around trendy tattoo parlour Alien Ink. Creator David Bircham invites you to spend the afternoon at an invitation only event, which will feature exclusive unseen art from the online Alien Ink comic. Do not miss this opportunity to mingle with the rising talent of the UK, experience talks and attend a comic masterclass. This event is free, but you must RSVP: either call/text - 07950 101 607 or email: edd [at] pressureblog [dot] com. More details…

Tickets: Free, but booking required
Where: London Print Studio, 425 Harrow Road, W10
When: Saturday, December 4, 2010 - Noon to 5pm

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