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year we went along to “Gods Own Junkyard” the exhibition in Primrose Hill by Chris Bracey AKA The Godfather of Neon. Well now he’s back with a new pop-up in Soho and if you’re anything like us and have a thing for quirky props and neon lighting then you’re gonna want to check it out.

Chris, who counts celebrities such as Kate Moss, Elton John, Lady Gaga, Mark Zuckerburg and Jude Law as fans, will be showcasing both new and old pieces of work. He is the original creator of the infamous Girls, Girls, Girls sign and was commissioned to transform Soho into a racy neon wonderland nearly 40 years ago.

Expect to see pieces from fairgrounds and the circus, rock slogans, old movie signs and re-worked furniture – all collected over the course of Chris’s career. Take your plastic too as you will want to buy something, whether or not you can afford to is another matter.

Wed 21st Nov –  Tues 15th Jan, 10am – 6pm
47 Beak Street, W1F