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Added 14th May 2020 by Abigail

Featured in the following Online Exhibitions:
Queer Noise


Jayne Compton, David Hoyle (formerly The Divine David), Lee Baxter
The Carlton Club, Whalley Range

Photo: Lee Baxter

Taken at the Carlton Club in Whalley Range ("What do we get for our trouble and pain?"). Note David Hoyle’s Haçienda-style skirt seam. I’ve been following David’s career since the mid 90s and he’s always had a cracking pair of legs.

In the background is theatre producer/DJ/label owner and club promoter, Jayne Compton.

This image featured in the MDMA exhibition 'Queer Noise' at People's History Museum in 2017.

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