Scum on the wall

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'''Scum on the wall''' (April 2001) was a one-shot [[zine]] published by Theatre in Decay in conjunction with their performance of the play ''The new scum''. The A5, black and white, with a colour cover, photocopied[http://www.geocities.com/australianzines/main/mainstu.html] [[zine]] contained writing, poetry and underground comics by various members of the ''The new scum'', as well as from other members of the Melbourne fringe arts scene.  
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'''Scum on the wall''' (April 2001) was a [[one-shot]] [[zine]] published by Theatre in Decay in conjunction with their performance of the play ''The new scum''. The A5, black and white, with a colour cover, photocopied[http://www.geocities.com/australianzines/main/mainstu.html] zine contained writing, poetry and underground [[comic]]s by various members of the ''The new scum'', as well as from other members of the Melbourne fringe arts scene.  
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Contact: 151 Darebin Road, Thornbury, Vic, 3071, Australia; theater_in_decay@hotmail.com
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==Contact==
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151 Darebin Road, Thornbury, Vic, 3071, Australia; theater_in_decay@hotmail.com
==External Links==
==External Links==

Current revision

Scum on the wall (April 2001) was a one-shot zine published by Theatre in Decay in conjunction with their performance of the play The new scum. The A5, black and white, with a colour cover, photocopied[1] zine contained writing, poetry and underground comics by various members of the The new scum, as well as from other members of the Melbourne fringe arts scene.

Contact

151 Darebin Road, Thornbury, Vic, 3071, Australia; theater_in_decay@hotmail.com

External Links

  • The Null Device blog references to the blog's quthor seeing the show The new scum and the accompanying zine Scum on the wall.
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