Hendrix, Beatles and Dylan murals in one-day graffiti exhibition

History of the Royal Albert Hall literally goes to the 'wall' in June

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Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan and The Beatles are just some of the familiar faces who will be the subjects for a one-day-only graffiti exhibition ‘LOAD’ which will take place under the Royal Albert Hall on June 22.

The 10ft murals have been spray-painted in the legendary venue’s loading bay, three floors underground, and will tell show off some of the icons that have played the RAH’s stage over the past 138 years.

Also depicted by street artists will be Frank Sinatra, Muhammed Ali, Elton John and Albert Einstein.

Public viewing on Monday June 22 is free.

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