An insight into the life of Queen as art tour comes to Norwich
- Credit: Copyright Denis O'Regan
They are considered one of the greatest rock bands of all time.
Now a selection of behind the scenes photographs portraying the original line-up of Queen are coming to Norwich.
The Princes of the Universe exhibition features photos taken by Denis O'Regan and will be the UK's biggest and most extensive collection of Queen photos ever toured.
More than 60 pictures will be on display giving fans an in-depth look at the band's touring life from the mid-1970s to their last gigs in 1986.
Fans will also be treated to a giant eight foot display of Queen vinyls.
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The tour is supporting the HIV charity the Mercury Phoenix Trust.
The exhibition is being put on in partnership with Off Beat Lounge and will take place at the Norwich Cooper BMW showroom on Tuesday September 19.
Tickets are available at www.offbeatlounge.co.uk/princesoftheuniverse
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