Pump House Gallery is pleased to announce a presentation of early graphic design work carried out by Ken Briggs for the National Theatre.
During the first half of the 20th Century, theatre programmes were often poorly typeset and put together by printers. Later on, theatres subsidised by the state through the new Arts Council led the way in modernising their printed material and none more so than the National Theatre.
This selection of material from the 60s and 70s will include original programmes, screenprints, leaflets and other related ephemera from Ken Brigg's time at the National Theatre.
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