Last chance to see Lowry exhibition

L.S Lowry self portrait
L.S Lowry self portrait

Opening hours at the Granary Gallery in Berwick have been extended for the last four days of the L.S Lowry exhibition.

Since opening in June, more than 15,000 people have visited the exhibition. That’s more than the population of Berwick itself. But it comes to an end on Sunday.

A spokesperson for Berwick Visual Arts said: “We’ve extended our opening hours until 6pm from Thursday to Sunday to make sure everyone has a chance to visit before the exhibition closes.”

‘L.S. Lowry in Berwick & Northumberland’ brings a number of original works of Berwick to the town for the first time, including works of The Market Place, Spittal sands and a football match on the Stanks. These are shown alongside works that capture wider Northumberland and the north east.

The exhibition includes loans from The Lowry Collection, Salford; Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens, The Lowry Estate and private collections. The exhibition is open from 11am to 6pm from Thursday until Sunday.