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Sunday, May 13, 2012

Stations of the King's Cross - auction of Circle Line Paper Cut Illustrations

Remember the intriguing paper cut illustrations depicting the
14 Stations of the Cross (showing Christ carrying the cross to his cruxifiction), arranged so they sit alongside London Underground stations on the Circle line. Well now the original paper-cuts Stations of the King's Cross  are now up for sale to raise money for 3 charities: Mary’s MealsThe SVP, and The Bard School.

Bids can be placed for a (professionally framed) paper-cut via the website, or alternatively you can go along to  an exhibition to view the originals:

Paper Cutting - Stations of the King's Cross

The exhibition is on Saturday 26th May, at St Mary's Church, Somers Town (map)  the eve of Pentecost, beginning with an ecumenical evening prayer at 7pm, followed by refreshments, live piano music, poetry performances by Sarah de Nordwall, and an opportunity to view and bid for the stations artworks.

The exhibition and auction will close at the end on Monday 4th June 2012.

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