Just because something is broken doesn't mean it is not beautiful.
The pub is a symbol of Britain. It provides us with a sense of pride, of community and best of all a welcoming place in which to enjoy a pint. The series “Last Orders at the Bar” documents the loss of the traditional British pub. Each image presents us with a once thriving hub of the community, now empty and alone. Whether nestled within a busy street, or hidden away within a forgotten rural setting; amongst the demolition and dereliction lays architectural gems sodden with memories of times passed. Each image pertains to a lost charm ravaged by twenty first century life.
These photographs act not as an obituary for the British public house, but a petition against their decline and a testament to a different era.
Private view: Friday 15th Jan 6pm-9pm
Open to public:
Saturday 16th Jan – 30th Jan, 10am-5pm
16 Southwell Road,
Tel: 0115 947 0793
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