Centro Iberico, also known as the Anarchy or Alternative ‘A’ Centre, at 421 Harrow Road alongside the canal, was a school occupied by Spanish anarchists, including Miguel García García, who had previously met in a parish church hall in Holborn. It was occupied in 1982.
The centre put on anarcho-punk gigs by the Mob, Conflict, Poison Girls and the Subhumans. Throbbing Gristle played and recorded at the centre. Future Madonna producer William Orbit began his recording career and Guerilla Records whilst living there.
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