Charity Auction In Aid Of The Music Venue Trust
THE RAINBOW THEATRE, Finsbury Park OPENED IN 1971 WITH THREE LEGENDARY PERFORMANCES BY THE WHO ON 4TH, 5th and 6th November
To commemorate the 50TH ANNIVERSARY of this former majestic music venue, 45 ORIGINAL launched a limited-edition design collection celebrating the venues unique heritage and the standout shows hosted at the venue during its infamous 10 year reign as part of it’s LOST VENUES OF LONDON design series.
To mark the occasion of the opening three shows by THE WHO on 4TH, 5TH AND 6TH NOVEMBER 1971 we have had three of our Rainbow Rock limited-edition poster designs SIGNED EXCLUSIVELY by THE WHO’S PETE TOWNSHEND and ROGER DALTREY.
These LIMITED EDITION B2 (50X70CM) PRINTS are numbered 4, 5 AND 6 OF 100 to represent each of the dates performed and come framed with a COMMEMORATIVE SILVER PLAQUE and are available to bid on now along with other RAINBOW and ROCK MEMORABILIA live on our MUSIC VENUE TRUST CHARITY AUCTION.
ALL PROFITS ARE BEING DONATED TO THE MUSIC VENUE TRUST
45 Original supports the work of Music Venue Trust, a UK charity which acts to secure the future
success of many of our cherished music venues at peril, rarely more so than now given the impact of Covid-19.