Come and see a diverse selection of pictures celebrating the work of Doreen Spooner, one of the 20th century's most iconic female photographers at Moore Place on Sunday 26 November from 11am.
Doreen was the first woman to work as a staff photographer on a Fleet Street newspaper during a forty-year career, mostly for the Daily Mirror. Almost seven decades later, female press photographers are still a rarity and she remains one of a kind.
Come along and see some of her most iconic pictures from throughout her incredible career.
- See a selection of images from politics and conflict through to fashion and culture
- Portraits ranging from Sophia Loren to Albert Einstein and Winston Churchill
- Get a signed copy of Doreen's autobiography 'Camera Girl'
- Enjoy refreshments and a tour of Moore Place
To confirm your place, simply call Susan Stroud on 01372 478 200.