An exhibition of pioneering 1960s screen designers opens next week, created by Kemistry in its gallery space. Entitled Timeframes, the show examines the working lives of screen titles legends Bernard Lodge (Dr Who), Charles McGhie (Late Night Horror) and Alan Jeapes (Softly Softly). Timeframes runs from 1 September to 30 October at the Kemistry Gallery, 43 Charlotte Road, London EC2A.
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