Welcome to Breaking Glass, a UK based online magazine established since October 2018

Covering music, photography and the arts, content encompasses live music reviews and galleries, interviews and features from different photographers, artists, exhibitions, events and more…

Editor: Siobhan at 16 Beasley St Photography

* Update August 2020: During the current COVID-19 situation we are very much missing live music and look forward to restarting reviews as and when it’s safe to do so – as galleries are beginning to re-open their doors, we are covering exhibitions again – we continue to feature photographers, artists, writers and new music as always and welcome any other ideas – look after yourselves and each other * 

Some frequently given answers to some FAQs…

Get in touch! Complete the contact form at the end of this page or email breakingglassmag@gmail.com with any queries or ideas – please don’t send completed features before agreeing content and only add us to a regular mailing list with permission as per GDPR guidelines 

Connect: Follow Breaking Glass on Twitter and Instagram for updates on new features – due to high numbers, messages on social media are unlikely to be seen; it’s best to use the contact options on this page 

Music submissions: You’re welcome to send in music submissions – please understand that we only publish a very limited number of new music reviews and though we’d love to reply to everyone it’s just not feasible, however we will find time to listen to everything we receive

Event previews: We cover festivals and exhibitions in advance, we don’t do gig previews  

Copyright: All content is © Breaking Glass Magazine except where alternative copyright or source is stated and must not be used without prior permission, all photos remain the copyright of the named photographer and would require their consent before use – this site was originally copyrighted in 2018 and last updated in the year shown at the bottom of each page

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