RHCP & Foo Fighters Photography Exhibition by Tony Woolliscroft

Just a reminder that the photography exhibition of photos of the Red Hot Chili Peppers & the Foo Fighters (are several Anthony Kiedis photos) taken by Tony Woolliscroft currently on display at Stoke-on-Trent, England is coming to an end of Friday 30th November so you need to be quick if you want to visit!

I went to see it on Tuesday and it was worth popping in :) As well as the photos on display, you can order copies and get a chance to buy the exhibition poster as well as the photo book that accompanied Woolliscroft’s photo display in Bedford a couple of months ago.

Opening night poster:

 

The exhibition is free and is on display at the Burslem School of Art in Burlsem, Stoke-on-Trent:

Burslem School of Art, Queen Street, Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 3EJ, United Kingdom 01782 810 808 (Take the number with you as if you’re using Sat Nav, Tom Tom goes totally crazy and sends you round in circles about 1/4 from the venue- I had to park and phone for directions in :) )

The centre is open 9-5 daily during the week.

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About Squitherwitch

I've been a RHCP fan ever since I heard Under The Bridge way back in the mists of time. I brought BSSM and then their other albums but RHCP were just another band I listened to (I was a massive GNR fan at the time) but that changed once I heard Californication! I've been involved with the online RHCP scene since 2006, getting more heavily involved as time passed, and eventually the time was right to set up my own website dedicated to the band and thus, TheChiliSource was born. Since then I've also set up AnthonyKiedis.net along with various Twitter, Facebook & Tumblr pages connected to my websites and RHCP.

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