21 November – Friday 18 December 2015, Monday – Friday 12-16.00
BLONDE SINNER – DIANA DORS IN THE 1950s
READ our review by Patrick Kirk-Smith HERE
Diana Dors, Britain’s first and most famous sex symbol caused controversy throughout her reign as the nation’s No 1 movie star with headline hitting performances both on and off screen. Constantly photographed, her trailblazing ‘ Blonde Bombshell’ persona adorned the covers of countless magazines, newspapers and film posters.
In celebration of this remarkable icon, cult curators Duovision present an exhibition of portraiture which dynamically captures the actress during the 1950’s, the most exciting and successful period of her sensational career. The imagery displayed has been chosen from the personal collection of Paul Sullivan, former president of the Diana Dors Fan club, who has spent over 30 years creating an impressive archive.
ALSO: Fact Cinema Liverpool will show ‘Tread Softly Stranger‘ on Sunday 6 December 2015
www.fact.co.uk for details.