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‘Best of Proud’ at Proud Central


Best of Proud showcases highlights from Proud’s extensive archive, where visitors will get the opportunity to view images of some of the most recognisable figures of all time. Included are unique, rare, and limited edition prints by renowned photographers Duffy, Norman Parkinson, Charles Moriarty, and others. The collection contains iconic photographs of notable celebrities such as JFK, David Bowie, and Amy Winehouse.

Admission is free and will be on until 27 October, 2019 at Proud Central.

 The gallery is open Wednesday – Saturday 11am – 6pm, and Tuesday by appointment.

5 July @ 11:00 am - 27 October @ 6:00 pm



5 July @ 11:00 am
27 October @ 6:00 pm


Proud Central

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