Close
Enter your search into one or more of the boxes below:
You can refine your search by selecting from any of the options below:
Search
Your Shopping Basket
Total number of items: 0
Sub total: £0.00
Go to Checkout
Our Birmingham Shop
Books We're Talking About
Our Bristol Shop
Animators Survival Kit

Dickens Photography Exhibition

Saturday 18th February 2012 9:30am - Thursday 1st March 2012 5pm 107 Charing Cross Road Exhibition, Free Event

Charles Dickens is one of Britain's best-loved authors, and the vivid imagery of his writing has a unique capacity to stir up dark, magical and intense pictures. To mark the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens' birth, Foyles Gallery will be hosting a very special photographic exhibition centred round the author's work and life. The exhibition comprises striking images from Alex Werner's book Dickens's Victorian London and the finalists of the Guardian competition to find a new photographic cover for Oliver Twist, in association with Vintage Classics.

Venue: The Foyles Gallery, Third Floor, Charing Cross Road
Opening Hours: 18th February - 1st March 2012 (Mon - Sat 9.30am - 5pm, Sun 11.30am - 6pm)

Tickets: Free. no need to book


Dickens photog

 

*Please note that the Foyles Gallery will be closed at the following times:
Saturday 18 February (4pm - 5pm), Wednesday 22 February (4pm - 5pm), Thursday 23 February (4pm - 5pm), Friday 24 February (2pm - 5pm), Saturday 25 February (All Day), Monday 27 February (9.30am - 1pm), Tuesday 28 February (9.30am - 1pm), Thursday 28 February (4pm - 5pm), Thursday 1 March (4pm - 5pm)

 

Reviews

Leave a review

Related Items

Dickens's Victorian London: The ...
(Hardback)
Alex Werner; Tony Williams
 
 
£26.00
 
Latest Blog
Caz Hildebrand's Top Ten Herbs
20/09/2016

Herbarium author Caz Hildebrand reveals her top ten all-time favourite herbs

Chitra Soundar on Diverse Picture Books
19/09/2016

Chitra Soundar talks about some of her favourite diverse picture books that tell previously untold stories.

Peter Wohlleben on the Forest as a Social Network
16/09/2016

Forester Peter Wohlleben draws on groundbreaking scientific discoveries to describe how trees are like human families

View all Blog Entries
Twitter
Show/Hide Tweets
© W&G Foyle Ltd