A new exhibition featuring works by John Lennon is to open at The Dome in Edinburgh.
It will feature 45 of the former Beatle’s works, and will run from 31 March to 4 April. Fourteen of the artworks have never been exhibited in the UK before.
Limited edition prints from the collection will be for sale during the exhibition, which is being staged by the Compton Cassey Gallery.
Last updated: 3 March 2009
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Opening & closing times, and finishing date would be helpful.