As we exclusively revealed toward the end of April, to
celebrate the upcoming 30th anniversary of the motion picture 'Pink Floyd: The Wall', on-set stills photographer David Appleby is honouring the fans of the acclaimed visual rock masterpiece, with an exhibition of stunning behind-the-scenes images taken during the production of 'The Wall'.
On display, there will be over 40 traditionally and painstakingly hand-printed black and white silver gelatin prints from the original negatives, by Silverbase of The Photographic Centre which is within the legendary Pinewood Studios - where some of the film was shot. Other images are due to be displayed too.
Brain Damage has had an exclusive preview of the pictures involved, and we know that those who are able to attend will be in for a treat. There are some wonderful, intimate moments, along with iconic moments from the production but from a unique perspective. Most have never been seen
before, having been discovered lurking in a store room at Pinewood since they were originally shot and developed.
The exhibition will be at Blackall Studios in Shoreditch, London, between July 13th-18th, shortly before the 2012 Olympics hit the capital. The private view of the exhibition, on the evening of July 12th, will strive to raise plenty of cash for the charity "Medicinema", and we have five pairs of tickets for this exclusive event for Brain Damage visitors!
To be in contention for a pair of tickets, simply tell us who was driving the taxi when Bob Geldof was offered the role of 'Pink' for the film. Email your answer to
with your full name and home address. You got until 11:59pm (GMT) on Wednesday, July 4th, so don't delay with your entry... and good luck!