The Friday Group Annual Art Show
West End Festival: Join The Friday Group for their Art Exhibition in the lovely surroundings of St. Mary's Cathedral!
About The Friday Group Annual Art Show
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Step aside from the bustle of the Festival into the peace and beauty of St. Mary's Cathedral. Our pictures are displayed against the backdrop of this lovely Gothic church with its glowing stained glass and modern murals. Look round at leisure, sit and rest, let the children explore. Everyone is welcome!
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