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THIS CLASS WORKS is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 74.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from TOP CLASS!! i TOOK A FRIEND TO THIS EXHIBITION AND WE ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT. IT PROVOKED MANY A CONVERSATION IN THE PUB AFTERWARDS ABOUT CHILDHOOD MEMORIES, IMPROVISED PLAY AREAS, ELVIS IMPERSONATORS, CHIPPY TEAS AND THE WONDER OF THE WORKING MEN'S CLUB. I LOOK FORWARD TO PETE'S NEXT EXHIBITION.
Date published: 2018-08-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from After the built up After a wait to ensure all the family was free I must say we came away a little disappointed. Content was very good but just not enough of it. It will not put me of going to the next event.
Date published: 2018-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This Class Works Loved it all! Made me feel nostalgic, happy, sad and proud all at the same time. Loved all the Pete McKee pictures, of course, especially ' extra milky with three sugars '. All the little captions that go with the pictures are just perfect. Great to see other artists too and the sculpture at work. And poetry too! Spanish dolls was beautiful. My personal highlight was ' Remember me as i was and as we were - not as I am' sobbed uncontrollably and felt a but daft, but what a lovely thing to do. Remembering loved ones that have gone from our lives and reminding us that death is part of living and celebrating a life well lived.
Date published: 2018-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fascinating series of events The first event of the trilogy that I attended was "Clubland" featuring The Everly Pregnant Brothers with Richard Hawley as their special guest. But the show also featured a raffle, bingo (that everyone "won") a poet and a magician - all pushed along by compere "Barbara". It was a superb evening and there was even a free poster as we left!! Next up was the Ken Loach film "Spirit of '45" - in a sense a story of my life as I was born in 1946. At times the film was maybe a little romanticised but it made very excellent points about how the Welfare State had been put in place and sadly about how it has been gradually taken apart, starting with the Thatcher Years; the depressing thought that I had as I left was that the Welfare State grew from a post-war sense of crisis and inequallity and that it will require a similar set of circumstances to recover what has been stolen and lost in the past 35 years. The final event was the Pete McKee exhibition, that included work from a number of artists although by far the majority were by McKee - well perceived, including details like "clubbie books" but perhaps missing what evenings were like at home before TV. Superb NHS poster - "National Hugs" that is. Thinking back the series actually started with a Food Bank collection, where folks who donated received a "Pete McKee can" and I believe this was so successful that they were still sorting out the donations days later. A very worthwhile and interesting series of events.
Date published: 2018-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An awesome event. Well worth a trip down the M1 from Leeds.... I went with my sister Paula and we both loved it. Although it is hard to choose a favourite as we could identify with so many of the images and captions that went them; waiting for the bus, alpine pop, Muriel all great. We loved 'Remember me as I was' with the striking image and haunting music it was very emotional and a nice touch to write the names of loved ones on the sticks and place in the sand. The 'International Rescue' also moved us as our dad is currently enjoying a media career at the grand old age of 92 as poster boy for the Windrush celebrations of 70 years, this picture was a representation of him and others like him who came to work, settle and raise families in the UK. We liked that there was work from other artists and poets as well as Pete McKees work.
Date published: 2018-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic exhibition! I went to This Class Works with my teenage daughter and her friend, and we loved it. So much thought had gone into everything, and there was a lot of humour, and pathos and things that made you say 'oh yes! I totally get that!' Particularly loved the sculptor, with his ever changing sculptures.
Date published: 2018-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brilliant exhibition absolutely fantastic My self and my wife attended Pete McKee Class Works exhibition and it was amazing
Date published: 2018-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brilliant exhibition Went with my son and we both had a brilliant experience Will definately recommend
Date published: 2018-07-31
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