Well, you ought to be. Fabulous exhibition, all finished now. But wait!! The Elgin have asked us to keep the Trees and Photos up for a couple of weeks. This means it is still possible to arrange a personal viewing for those who are kicking themselves for missing out. Let us know and we will see what we can do. Jo at familyofrock.com
The Pete Frame Rock Family Trees, and Peter Anderson Rock Photo, Exhibition at the Elgin Ladbroke Grove starts next Saturday. The prints and the photos are up on the walls, just waiting for you to visit. This is what Mick thought of it, on his way out.
If you want to see if you enjoy it just as much, the address is 96 Ladbroke Grove and the opening hours are:
Saturday 13th November, 2.00-5.00, 8.00 – 9.00
Sunday 14th November, 3-8.00
Tuesday 16th November 5-8.00
Thursday 18th November 5-8.00
To make dinner reservations and to see who is playing, visit the Elgin’s website.
And, at the time of writing, it might just be possible to squeeze a handful more of people into the private view, Saturday 13th, 6.00-8.00. For ladies and gentleman of the press, whether print or electronic, there is press preview too. Email jo at familyofrock.com for an invitation to the private view or for details of the press preview.
The event you’ve been waiting for. We’ve joined up with fantastic rock photographer Peter Anderson and the legendary pub and music venue The Elgin, in London’s Ladbroke Grove to create an exhibition of Pete Frame’s Rock Family Trees fine art prints and posters and Peter Anderson’s rock photographs. If you’ve been wondering what they look like in real life, or what to put on your Xmas list, come and take a look. You won’t be disappointed, we’re sure of it.
The exhibition opens on the afternoon of Saturday 13th November at 3.00 pm, with a private view and drinks, from 6.00-8.00, upstairs at the Elgin, 96 Ladbroke Grove. Places are limited for the private view: if you’d like an invite, get in touch before the places all go.. You can also book a table for dinner downstairs, where from 8.30 onwards there will be music from John Moore, Grace Banks, Marianne Hyatt and Will Nott.
The exhibition continues in the afternoon of Sunday 14th and is open again on Tuesday 16th and Thursday 18th. Put it in your diary now. More details soon.