Theatre Boycott art on display

  • Theatre Boycott Upstairs Right by Robert Barritt (Image supplied)

    Theatre Boycott Upstairs Right by Robert Barritt (Image supplied)

  • Storm in a Teacup by Charles Lloyd Tucker (Image supplied)

    Storm in a Teacup by Charles Lloyd Tucker (Image supplied)


Two paintings have gone on display at the Bermuda National Gallery to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Theatre Boycott. Charles Lloyd Tucker’s Storm in a Teacup and Robert Barritt’s Theatre Boycott Upstairs Right can be until tomorrow.

A BNG spokesman said they were created by the two artists and friends in direct response to the Theatre Boycott and provide a “critical viewpoint of the time through the lens of our islands’ artists”.

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Published Jun 20, 2019 at 8:00 am (Updated Jun 20, 2019 at 8:06 am)

Theatre Boycott art on display

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