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Is it time for All Tomorrow’s Parties to call it quits? - May 2016 The Independent - By David Pollock - May 5th, 2016

When one of the people who helped give your festival its name is annoyed with you, does that mean it’s time to call it quits? The latest in a line of troubles for the beleaguered holiday camp weekender All Tomorrow’s Parties came in the lead-up to mid-April’s Stewart Lee-curated festival at Pontins in Prestatyn and…

Stewart Lee ATP 2.0, Prestatyn, April 15-17 2016 - April 2016 Soundblab - By Ian Fraser - April 28th, 2016

…And so the ATP Circus limps into town, having been shot from both sides in a month in which rumours of the demise of both their April weekenders had been dangerously rife, inflicting a further huge dent in ATP’s already battered reputation. So are we out of the woods yet, then? Are we fuck… News…

Stewart Lee’s All Tomorrow’s Parties review – the indie connoisseur’s festival - April 2016 The Guardian - By JR Moores - April 21st, 2016

Once the alternative music fan’s holiday camp-based festival of choice, All Tomorrow’s Parties has had a troubled recent history. The promoter’s business practices recently went from being the target of indie messageboarders’ ire to attracting the disapproving attention of Private Eye. The regularly liquidated and resurrected company has cancelled and relocated events at a moment’s…

‘A nightmare start’ - April 2016 The Independent - By Daniel Dylan Wray - April 20th, 2016

Charlotte Church performs at ATP curated by Stewart Lee Natasha Bright Comedian and writer Stewart Lee’s curated ATP got off to a nightmare start. John Cale, Saturday’s headliner, pulled out and issues with chalets meant they weren’t ready for four hours after initially stated. On top of this, Friday’s headliner, Roky Erickson, looked set to…

FESTIVAL REPORT: ATP 2.0 April 2016 curated by Stewart Lee – Pontins, Prestatyn, North Wales. - April 2016 God Is In The TV Zine - By Simon Godley - April 18th, 2016

“This is the end… …of our elaborate plans, the end of everything that stands, the end no safety or surprise, the end” Jim Morrison of The Doors wrote these words about a failed relationship 50 years ago but he could just as easily have been speaking about the demise of All Tomorrow’s Parties (ATP). The organisation…

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