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Brian May: A Village Lost and Found

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Brian May: A Village Lost and Found

Time: January 8, 2012 to March 4, 2012
Location: Royal West of England Academy
Street: Queen's Road, Clifton
City/Town: Bristol BS8 1PX
Website or Map:
Phone: 0117 973 5129
Event Type: exhibition
Organized By: Royal West of England Academy
Latest Activity: Dec 29, 2011

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Event Description

Brian May, of Queen, and photo-historian, Elena Vidal, have revived a renowned series of 59 photographs produced by a master of Victorian stereoscopic photography, Thomas Richard Williams. 

Pictures leap into glorious 3D, viewed in the new focusing stereoscope, which May has designed and produced, to bring the stereos to life. The result is a powerfully atmospheric and touching set of photographs.

Adults £5
Concessions £3
Exhibition ticket £8 (unlimited repeat visits to this exhibition)
Friends/Under 16s/UWE & Filton College students FREE 

One admission includes entry to all exhibitions on at the same time

Opening times:

Monday to Saturday - 9.30am - 5.30pm
Sunday - 12pm - 5pm Last admission half an hour before closing

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