In 1997 British photographer Amelia Troubridge was sent to Manchester on assignment for Esquire magazine to document the explosion of culture the city was experiencing and the major players in the film and music scene. In 2001 she was hired to work on Michael Winterbottom’s cult film 24 Hour Party People. This new volume published by Café Royal Books brings together Troubridge’s images of Tony Wilson, Shaun Ryder, Bez, Terry Christian, Dave Haslam, Eliot Rashman, New Order’s Stephen Morris and Peter Hook and Steve Coogan. “I wanted to revisit the time I came of age and what was an incredibly...
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