If you missed the exhibition of visions of a concrete clad London that were planned in the 1960s that recently took place at the Wellington Arch, there is another chance to see some of the exhibits.


It has been put on again at The Gallery, 75 Cowcross Street, near Farringdon Station.

It runs from 4-30 April.

It is open to the public free of charge on 4 separate occasions, namely Friday 4 April 2.30pm-6.00pm, Friday 25 April 2.30pm-8.00pm, also Tuesday 22 and Thursday 24 April 10.00am-6.00pm.

It can also be viewed by those attending the lectures that take place in the Gallery.


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One comment
  1. Andrew says:

    Thanks. Some of the exhibition online here – http://www.pollyhudsondesign.com/PHD_site/AL_Contents.html

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