World Rugby Museum is proud to announce its forthcoming exhibition; ‘Old Streetonians: Life, Rugby and Art in Shoreditch’. The unique story of Old Streetonians Rugby Football Club; how a group of friends and artists in Shoreditch founded their own club and eventually progressed up the league pyramid.
Featuring work by members present and past, the show encompasses a diverse range of contemporary artwork from artists of worldwide success. Combining art and sport; ‘Old Streetonians: Life, Rugby and Art in Shoreditch’ shows how the two passions have the unique ability to capture the spirit of a place and time.
Exhibiting artists will include – Billie Lee, Charlie Allen, Dan Gardiner, Joshua Compston, James Dean, Kate Hawkins, Mark Woods, Mick Kerr, Gordan Faulds, Hamish Patel, Henry Stringer, Houston Morris, Nic Clear, Ollie Naylor, Patrick Colhoun, Rebecca Scott and Samantha Denny.
The World Rugby Museum is the ultimate visitor experience for the world rugby enthusiast.
Twickenham is the home of England rugby and also the World Rugby Museum, the finest collection of rugby memorabilia in the world. The Museum opened in 1996 and takes visitors through the history of the sport from its origins to the present day.
More than just a collection of interesting artefacts, the World Rugby Museum is an inspirational journey through the history of the ultimate team game.
For further information on the Museum, please visit www.englandrugby.com/twickenham/world-rugby-museum/