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  • David Bowie<br />
1975.<br />
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  • With the winter landscape of Westminster and the Houses of Parliament on the river Thames opposite, a woman with a David Bowie bag stands on the anti-terrorism security barriers at the southern end of Westminster Bridge, to take a picture of the London Eye, on 8th November 2017, in Lambeth, London.
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  • With the winter landscape of Westminster and the Houses of Parliament on the river Thames opposite, tourists visit London including a woman with a David Bowie bag standing on the anti-terrorism security barriers at the southern end of Westminster Bridge, to take a picture of the London Eye, on 8th November 2017, in Lambeth, London.
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  • With the winter landscape of Westminster and the Houses of Parliament on the river Thames opposite, a woman with a David Bowie bag stands on the anti-terrorism security barriers at the southern end of Westminster Bridge, to take a picture of the London Eye, on 8th November 2017, in Lambeth, London.
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  • With the winter landscape of Westminster and the Houses of Parliament on the river Thames opposite, a woman with a David Bowie bag stands on the anti-terrorism security barriers at the southern end of Westminster Bridge, to take a picture of the London Eye, on 8th November 2017, in Lambeth, London.
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  • Pop icon David Bowie (8th January 1947 – 10th January 2016) photographed by music photographer Anwar Hussein 9th July 1973. Anwar was invited to capture this rare photograph just before Bowie set off for Paris to record the album 'Pin-ups'. Photographed at Victoria Railway Station and accompanied by his wife, Angie Bowie, he posed on the station platform before departing by train. <br />
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Large framed limited edition collectors fine art print.<br />
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Member of Fine Art Trade Guild.<br />
Black frame with a white or black mount: Frame features a painted 30mm black flat moulding manufactured out of Ayous. Moulding Depth 13mm Moulding Rebate 7mm. Frames are supplied with high quality clear acrylic safety glazing for a beautiful finish and safer delivery. The smooth single mount is 5cm wide all round and will overlap image by 4mm. Includes a removable white lined backing card as standard.<br />
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Fine Art Printing Material: Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta Satin 325gsm.<br />
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  • David Bowie.  Credit: Pat Johnson/MediaPunch
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  • Slims, 1991, San Francisco Credit: Pat Johnson/MediaPunch
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  • BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833)<br />
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Nice to drive you, to drive you nice - If you play your cards right you could pick up Brucie's old Roller.<br />
<br />
 A classic Rolls-Royce, formally owned by the late Sir Bruce Forsyth, has emerged for sale, nearly 40 years after it was sold by the former Strictly Come Dancing host.<br />
<br />
The Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible dates back to 1971 and was owned from new by the legendary entertainer until 1978.<br />
<br />
Since then it has had a string of other owners including Alpine Grant - the brother of musician Eddie Grant.<br />
<br />
The car itself is in pristine condition and its blue bodywork appears as new. <br />
<br />
Under the bonnet the car has a 6750cc V8 engine and could reach speeds of over 100mph.<br />
<br />
Over the years the soft top Corniche has been a real favourite for the rich and famous with other celebrities to own one including Paul McCartney, David Bowie, Tom Jones and Frank Sinatra.<br />
<br />
This one came into the possession of its current owner, and vendor in 2006, but now following Forsyth's recent death he has decided to sell it.<br />
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It is being sold by H&H auctioneers, Cambridgeshire, and could be yours for £50,000
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  • BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833)<br />
Pic: H&H/BNPS<br />
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Nice to drive you, to drive you nice - If you play your cards right you could pick up Brucie's old Roller.<br />
<br />
 A classic Rolls-Royce, formally owned by the late Sir Bruce Forsyth, has emerged for sale, nearly 40 years after it was sold by the former Strictly Come Dancing host.<br />
<br />
The Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible dates back to 1971 and was owned from new by the legendary entertainer until 1978.<br />
<br />
Since then it has had a string of other owners including Alpine Grant - the brother of musician Eddie Grant.<br />
<br />
The car itself is in pristine condition and its blue bodywork appears as new. <br />
<br />
Under the bonnet the car has a 6750cc V8 engine and could reach speeds of over 100mph.<br />
<br />
Over the years the soft top Corniche has been a real favourite for the rich and famous with other celebrities to own one including Paul McCartney, David Bowie, Tom Jones and Frank Sinatra.<br />
<br />
This one came into the possession of its current owner, and vendor in 2006, but now following Forsyth's recent death he has decided to sell it.<br />
<br />
It is being sold by H&H auctioneers, Cambridgeshire, and could be yours for £50,000
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  • BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833)<br />
Pic: H&H/BNPS<br />
<br />
Nice to drive you, to drive you nice - If you play your cards right you could pick up Brucie's old Roller.<br />
<br />
 A classic Rolls-Royce, formally owned by the late Sir Bruce Forsyth, has emerged for sale, nearly 40 years after it was sold by the former Strictly Come Dancing host.<br />
<br />
The Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible dates back to 1971 and was owned from new by the legendary entertainer until 1978.<br />
<br />
Since then it has had a string of other owners including Alpine Grant - the brother of musician Eddie Grant.<br />
<br />
The car itself is in pristine condition and its blue bodywork appears as new. <br />
<br />
Under the bonnet the car has a 6750cc V8 engine and could reach speeds of over 100mph.<br />
<br />
Over the years the soft top Corniche has been a real favourite for the rich and famous with other celebrities to own one including Paul McCartney, David Bowie, Tom Jones and Frank Sinatra.<br />
<br />
This one came into the possession of its current owner, and vendor in 2006, but now following Forsyth's recent death he has decided to sell it.<br />
<br />
It is being sold by H&H auctioneers, Cambridgeshire, and could be yours for £50,000
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  • BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833)<br />
Pic: H&H/BNPS<br />
<br />
Nice to drive you, to drive you nice - If you play your cards right you could pick up Brucie's old Roller.<br />
<br />
 A classic Rolls-Royce, formally owned by the late Sir Bruce Forsyth, has emerged for sale, nearly 40 years after it was sold by the former Strictly Come Dancing host.<br />
<br />
The Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible dates back to 1971 and was owned from new by the legendary entertainer until 1978.<br />
<br />
Since then it has had a string of other owners including Alpine Grant - the brother of musician Eddie Grant.<br />
<br />
The car itself is in pristine condition and its blue bodywork appears as new. <br />
<br />
Under the bonnet the car has a 6750cc V8 engine and could reach speeds of over 100mph.<br />
<br />
Over the years the soft top Corniche has been a real favourite for the rich and famous with other celebrities to own one including Paul McCartney, David Bowie, Tom Jones and Frank Sinatra.<br />
<br />
This one came into the possession of its current owner, and vendor in 2006, but now following Forsyth's recent death he has decided to sell it.<br />
<br />
It is being sold by H&H auctioneers, Cambridgeshire, and could be yours for £50,000
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  • BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833)
Pic: Juliens/BNPS<br />
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A document containing the working lyrics for David Bowie's hit song Starman which are noticeably different to the final version has sold for over £61,000.<br />
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The sheet was bought on the phone by a Bowie collector who had flown into Los Angeles specifically to view the lyrics.<br />
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Although the paper is unsigned, it was sold with a letter of authenticity confirming the lyrics were handwritten by Bowie himself.
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  • Pop icon David Bowie (8th January 1947 – 10th January 2016) photographed by photographer Anwar Hussein 9th July 1973. Anwar was invited to capture this rare photograph just before Bowie set off for Paris to record the album 'Pin-ups'. Photographed at Victoria Railway Station and accompanied by his wife, Angie Bowie, he posed on the station platform before departing by train. <br />
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Large framed limited edition collectors fine art print.<br />
<br />
Member of Fine Art Trade Guild. Black frame with a white or black mount: Frame features a painted 30mm black flat moulding manufactured out of Ayous. Moulding Depth 13mm Moulding Rebate 7mm. Frames are supplied with high quality clear acrylic safety glazing for a beautiful finish and safer delivery. The smooth single mount is 5cm wide all round and will overlap image by 4mm. Includes a removable white lined backing card as standard.<br />
<br />
Fine Art Printing Material: Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta Satin 300gsm.<br />
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  • Pop icon David Bowie (8th January 1947 – 10th January 2016) photographed by music photographer Anwar Hussein 9th July 1973. Anwar was invited to capture this rare photograph just before Bowie set off for Paris to record the album 'Pin-ups'. Photographed at Victoria Railway Station and accompanied by his wife, Angie Bowie, he posed on the station platform before departing by train. <br />
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Large framed limited edition collectors fine art print.<br />
<br />
Member of Fine Art Trade Guild.<br />
Black frame with a white or black mount: Frame features a painted 30mm black flat moulding manufactured out of Ayous. Moulding Depth 13mm Moulding Rebate 7mm. Frames are supplied with high quality clear acrylic safety glazing for a beautiful finish and safer delivery. The smooth single mount is 5cm wide all round and will overlap image by 4mm. Includes a removable white lined backing card as standard.<br />
<br />
Fine Art Printing Material: Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta Satin 300gsm.<br />
<br />
Please click cart above to see sizes and prices.
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  • David Bowie performing live in the early 1970's.<br />
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© Foster/Photoshot / MediaPunch.<br />
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  • David Bowie performing live in the early 1970's.<br />
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  • David Bowie performing live in the early 1970's.<br />
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  • David Bowie performing live in the early 1970's.<br />
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  • The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) <br />
David Bowie<br />
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  • The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) <br />
David Bowie<br />
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  • The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) <br />
David Bowie<br />
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  • David Bowie.  Credit: Pat Johnson/MediaPunch
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  • Enthüllung der Wachsfigur von David Bowie als Ziggy Stardust im Madame Tussauds. Berlin, 28.09.2017
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  • Romy Haag bei der Enthüllung der Wachsfigur von David Bowie als Ziggy Stardust bei Madame Tussauds. Berlin, 28.09.2017
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  • Enthüllung der Wachsfigur von David Bowie als Ziggy Stardust im Madame Tussauds. Berlin, 28.09.2017
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  • Romy Haag bei der Enthüllung der Wachsfigur von David Bowie als Ziggy Stardust bei Madame Tussauds. Berlin, 28.09.2017
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  • Enthüllung der Wachsfigur von David Bowie als Ziggy Stardust im Madame Tussauds. Berlin, 28.09.2017
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  • Romy Haag bei der Enthüllung der Wachsfigur von David Bowie als Ziggy Stardust bei Madame Tussauds. Berlin, 28.09.2017
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  • Romy Haag bei der Enthüllung der Wachsfigur von David Bowie als Ziggy Stardust bei Madame Tussauds. Berlin, 28.09.2017
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  • Romy Haag bei der Enthüllung der Wachsfigur von David Bowie als Ziggy Stardust bei Madame Tussauds. Berlin, 28.09.2017
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  • Romy Haag bei der Enthüllung der Wachsfigur von David Bowie als Ziggy Stardust bei Madame Tussauds. Berlin, 28.09.2017
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  • Entertainer Romy Haag poses next to the new wax figure of musician David Bowie at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • Entertainer Romy Haag poses next to the new wax figure of musician David Bowie at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • Entertainer Romy Haag poses next to the new wax figure of musician David Bowie at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • Entertainer Romy Haag poses next to the new wax figure of musician David Bowie at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • dpatop - The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • Entertainer Romy Haag poses next to the new wax figure of musician David Bowie at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • Entertainer Romy Haag poses next to the new wax figure of musician David Bowie at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • Entertainer Romy Haag poses next to the new wax figure of musician David Bowie at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • Entertainer Romy Haag poses next to the new wax figure of musician David Bowie at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • dpatop - The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833)<br />
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Nice to drive you, to drive you nice - If you play your cards right you could pick up Brucie's old Roller.<br />
<br />
 A classic Rolls-Royce, formally owned by the late Sir Bruce Forsyth, has emerged for sale, nearly 40 years after it was sold by the former Strictly Come Dancing host.<br />
<br />
The Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible dates back to 1971 and was owned from new by the legendary entertainer until 1978.<br />
<br />
Since then it has had a string of other owners including Alpine Grant - the brother of musician Eddie Grant.<br />
<br />
The car itself is in pristine condition and its blue bodywork appears as new. <br />
<br />
Under the bonnet the car has a 6750cc V8 engine and could reach speeds of over 100mph.<br />
<br />
Over the years the soft top Corniche has been a real favourite for the rich and famous with other celebrities to own one including Paul McCartney, David Bowie, Tom Jones and Frank Sinatra.<br />
<br />
This one came into the possession of its current owner, and vendor in 2006, but now following Forsyth's recent death he has decided to sell it.<br />
<br />
It is being sold by H&H auctioneers, Cambridgeshire, and could be yours for £50,000
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  • BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833)<br />
Pic: H&H/BNPS<br />
<br />
Nice to drive you, to drive you nice - If you play your cards right you could pick up Brucie's old Roller.<br />
<br />
 A classic Rolls-Royce, formally owned by the late Sir Bruce Forsyth, has emerged for sale, nearly 40 years after it was sold by the former Strictly Come Dancing host.<br />
<br />
The Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible dates back to 1971 and was owned from new by the legendary entertainer until 1978.<br />
<br />
Since then it has had a string of other owners including Alpine Grant - the brother of musician Eddie Grant.<br />
<br />
The car itself is in pristine condition and its blue bodywork appears as new. <br />
<br />
Under the bonnet the car has a 6750cc V8 engine and could reach speeds of over 100mph.<br />
<br />
Over the years the soft top Corniche has been a real favourite for the rich and famous with other celebrities to own one including Paul McCartney, David Bowie, Tom Jones and Frank Sinatra.<br />
<br />
This one came into the possession of its current owner, and vendor in 2006, but now following Forsyth's recent death he has decided to sell it.<br />
<br />
It is being sold by H&H auctioneers, Cambridgeshire, and could be yours for £50,000
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER (and his reflection) paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of Debbie Harry from Blondie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of Paul McCartney from The Beatles onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of Paul McCartney from The Beatles onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of Paul McCartney from The Beatles onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • Huntsman Spider, Heteropoda davidbowie, from the Cameron Highlands District in peninsular Malaysia and named in honor of singer David Bowie, reference to songs such as "Glass Spider" (from the 1987 album Never Let Me Down), and the resemblance of the frontal view of the spider to the singer's painted face in his early career
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  • Huntsman Spider, Heteropoda davidbowie, from the Cameron Highlands District in peninsular Malaysia and named in honor of singer David Bowie, reference to songs such as "Glass Spider" (from the 1987 album Never Let Me Down), and the resemblance of the frontal view of the spider to the singer's painted face in his early career
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  • John Ross Bowie<br />
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  • John Ross Bowie<br />
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  • SAO PAULO, SP 03.08.2017: SHOW-SP - O cantor e ator Andre Frateschi se apresentou junto com a banda Heroes em tributo a David Bowie, na noite desta quinta-feira (03), no Bourbon Street Music Club, zona sul da capital. (Foto: Ale Frata/Codigo19)
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  • SAO PAULO, SP 03.08.2017: SHOW-SP - O cantor e ator Andre Frateschi se apresentou junto com a banda Heroes em tributo a David Bowie, na noite desta quinta-feira (03), no Bourbon Street Music Club, zona sul da capital. (Foto: Ale Frata/Codigo19)
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  • SAO PAULO, SP 03.08.2017: SHOW-SP - O cantor e ator Andre Frateschi se apresentou junto com a banda Heroes em tributo a David Bowie, na noite desta quinta-feira (03), no Bourbon Street Music Club, zona sul da capital. (Foto: Ale Frata/Codigo19)
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