Too Much Fighting On The Dance Floor - Specials Lyric Print

Lucky Budgie Print Studio

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    • Order placed
    • 15th June
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    • 19th June
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    • Standard delivery
    • 21st - 24th June

Credentials

  • Made in UK
Description

It's 1981, Janet Ellis is live on Blue Peter, she's making something exciting out of toilet roll tubes and tissue paper (well, it was pre-internet). Later, as she drives herself and her daughter home, Ghost Town by The Specials comes on the radio. Innocently, they sing along. What she didn’t know, at the time, was that this would be a gateway moment into a world of serious crime in the young, impressionable mind of her daughter, Sophie. Twenty years later, in 2001, she narrowly escaped a prison sentence for crimes against music after penning Murder on the Dance Floor.

True story.

Need to know

Each print is signed and dated.

Giclee print on 220gsm matte FSC paper.

Available sizes:
A3 (42cm x 29.7cm)
A4 (29.7cm x 21cm)
A5 (21cm x 14.8cm)

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Lucky Budgie Print Studio

St Leonards-on-sea, east sussex

Mission: To stand and deliver prints with purpose, passion and particularity... curiosity, creativity and courage... humour, honesty and hope... wisdom, wonder and words, lots and lots of words.

Philosophy: Love yourself. Then forget it. Then, love the world. (Mary Oliver)

In a parallel universe: Pea is a 1970’s wrestler/an equine therapist/a glass blower/a dandy highwayman. You decide.