One night only exhibition of rare Queen photographs coming to Cambridge
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Denis O’Regan, Queen’s official tour photographer throughout the 1970s and 80s, will visit Cambridge this week for a one-night-only exhibition.
Elms BMW Showroom, Sheepfold Lane, Cambourne, Cambridge, will be transformed into a stunning art gallery on the evening of Friday September 22.
Organised by rock exhibition specialists Off Beat Lounge, Denis O’Regan - one of the world’s most revered rock music photographers - will share more than 60 images, with more than half never published before.
“Featuring stunning live performance photography, intimate off-stage moments and a glimpse of the band’s outrageous ‘down-time’, this tour is every bit the spectacle, and follows hot on the heels of the sell-out UK tour of David Bowie photography ‘David & I’ by Denis O’Regan that gained national acclaim in 2016,” say organisers.
The tour will be supporting The Mercury Phoenix Trust, the charity set up in memory of Freddie Mercury.
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All events will run from 7.30pm to 9pm for standard admission tickets, with VIP ticket holders gaining access from 6.30pm for a ‘Question and Answer’ session with Denis O’Regan and private viewing.
For tickets visit www.offbeatlounge.co.uk/events
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