Friday, April 10, 2020

The ongoing countrywide lockdown means this year’s Easter weekend feels very different for many.

Anyone wondering what Orpington used to look like should visit an art exhibition concentrating on just that.

School photos are a rite of passage: a snapshot in time of bad hairstyles, gappy teeth and that hideous experiment with the blue eyeliner that went on for far too long.

Wretch 32 and Lisa Maffia were the star guests at the unveiling of a new art gallery.

The prints can be seen at Bluewater Shopping Centre and Tunbridge Wells

The festival starts on Monday

The collection will be on display for a week

Some 19 renowned artists have been commissioned to produce site-specific works

The display will be put up by All Saints Art Group

All sales will be donated to charities

He will be appearing at the start of a week-long exhbition of his work at the Castle Galleries in the shopping complex

Both professional and amateur artists are invited to apply

The workshop aims to riase awareness of marine pollution among school children

There will also be trade stalls, a kids zone and rides

The fayre would also like people to volunteer to work on the day

The date will form part of the troop’s UK tour

The show is taking place until May

The star is offering masterclasses to dancing schools and groups who purchase 25 tickets or more to see him.

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