'BRAIN FOOD FOR CULTURE VULTURES'

LEVEL 4 MAGAZINE

Level 4 cover issue 11

Issue 11 - March - May 2012

Front Cover – Photography by Ian Treherne

About us...

Level 4 is a FREE magazine that aims to promote all forms of arts, culture and entertainment in and around the Southend area.

The magazine was launched in January 2008 in an attempt to bring together the many creative aspects of Southend and to give a positive and enthusiastic account of the area in which we live.

Our aim is to get people enthused about the personalities and places of Southend and to encourage support for the many exciting events that go on in our town on a regular basis.

We believe that Southend is an extremely vibrant place to live and the people making the effort to continuously provide entertainment for us should be both aknowledged and supported.

Whether it be a local band down the pub, or an art exhibition in a high class gallery; local authors or local roller derby teams; council developments or underground club nights, we are interested in everything that goes on.

We are a small, independent publication which relies on the enthusiasm and commitment of the people around us. If you know of anything that we should be covering, or wish to join our team of contributors, please get in touch.

FUNDING

Level 4's start-up costs were funded by The Arts Council England, however the costs of continuing to produce regular printed issues is now covered solely by advertising revenue. If you would like to know more about advertising in Level 4 please see our Advertising page, and for further information and rates please email us on level-4@hotmail.co.uk

Issue 11 contents

Metal are delighted to present a series of events centred on the importance of popular music to the formation of people's identities and sense of place, developed and presented by author Daryl Easlea and academic Andrew Branch.  Listen To This will reflect on past era-defining moments in popular music and culture with a local South-East Essex perspective.

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