The Sixties in view from Tower Bridge

Nanette Newman (pictured) was guest of honour last night (31 March) at Tower Bridge’s new exhibition, ‘The Sixties’, a photographic snapshot of Swinging London.
Tower Bridge’s high-level West Walkway played host to over 100 press and VIPs who attended a special reception to launch the exhibition which focuses on people, places, events and designs epitomising the revolutionary decade.
Over 60 iconic photographic images, including a rare photograph of comedy due Peter Cook & Dudley Moore taken by producer and director Bryan Forbes as a publicity shot for his film ‘The Wrong Box’ (1966), are on display in the walkway space.

“The 1960s was a fascinating and exciting period and this wonderful exhibition superbly recalls the vitality of this period and brings the decade back to life for a new generation,” said Newman.

The Sixties’ replaces the ‘This is London’ exhibition and admission is included as part of the entry fee for Tower Bridge.
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