Our marionettes on BBC South News yesterday

for another five minutes of fame.

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Thanks to Robin Gibson’s enthusiasm and filming their conservation for the BBC’s commemoration of the film ‘Oh What a Lovely War’. The white plaster horse now has  all his legs!

Apparently you can still get the piece on iplayer for a few more hours!

The marionettes will appear briefly at The Duke of York cinema Monday next, part of the a special showing of the original film.

Previous post about the filming of the conservation link below.

https://annperrin.wordpress.com/2013/12/14/they-came-they-saw-and-i-guess-we-all-conquered/

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