Alderley Edge Festival Hall
Poster size (excluding border): 570mm x 440mm
Alderley Edge lies just south of Manchester. The village was once called Chorley, but was renamed in the 19th century, taking its new name from the wooded bluff that towers over the village on its southern side.
The Art Deco Festival Hall was built in the 1920s and, since 1928, has been the home of the village’s popular annual Music Festival. In this new limited edition railway poster the Festival Hall in Alderley Edge is shown just before its facade was demolished to make way for a new state-of-the-art Medical Centre. Representing the hope for a new future for this old charmingly delapidated building, this poster follows the style of the HOPE poster created by Shepard Fairey for the Obama election campaign in 2008.
The profits from each poster will be donated to the Friends of the Festival Hall, a group raising funding to refurbish this historic community building located in Alderley Edge, which dates back to the 1920s.
Limited edition of 150 giclée prints on 310gsm artist’s paper, individually numbered, embossed, signed by the artist and supplied with Certificate of Authenticity.
Framed posters are professionally framed in a 30mm wood surround. Choose from Matt Black, Matt White, or Natural Oak. All framed posters come with a pale cream mount. Overall size when framed is 75cm x 62cm (29.5ins x 24.5ins)