Brian May announces first book signing since the pandemic ‘This is a thrill!’ | Music | Entertainment

Alongside his work with Queen and animal rights campaigning, Brian May is a big supporter of Stereoscopy, a form of Victorian 3-D photography. And following the launch of his new book Stereoscopy Is Good For You: Life in 3-D at Proud Galleries in London last month, the 75-year-old is now ready to host a special signing there next week. The venue houses his new exhibition, including previously unseen personal photos of Freddie Mercury, which are on display for the next five months.A statement on the announcement noted: “ Please be mindful that Brian has limited time and will only be signing copies of Stereoscopy Is Good For You that have been purchased at the gallery.  £10 from each book sale will be donated to a charitable cause – The Save Me Trust – an animal welfare organisation that proactively protects wild animals.”Fans can pre-order their copy for collection at the signing at proudgallaries.com – to find out more about the book and exhibition click here. 

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