TERRY O’NEILL: The Legendary Photographer in Conversation



  • Thursday 20 October
  • 6:30-8pm


  • The Little Black Gallery, 13A Park Walk, London SW10 0AJ


  • Nearest Tube
  • South Kensington (Piccadilly/District/Circe)


  • Bus
  • 14, 211, 414



Blistering barnacles Batman, do my eyes deceive me? Nope. We are indeed going to be meeting and chatting to the legendary 60s photographer Terry O’Neill. We’re even a little weak at the knees just writing this. Responsible of some of the most iconic photographs of the twentieth century, Terry shot everyone who was anyone including The Beatles, The Stones, David Bowie, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Audrey Hepburn, Twiggy, Brigitte Bardot, Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton, Michael Caine, Peter Cook & Dudley Moore, Sean Connery, even Winston Churchill. With a literally endless A-list, he has to employ an army of elves to help with his exhausting Christmas card list. We’ll be joining the great man for a conversation about his new exhibition of photographs at The Little Black Gallery in Chelsea, a part of London that in the swinging 60s Terry knew like the back of his hand. Terry will be telling the fascinating stories behind these famous images and about his incredible life behind the lens. Completely and utterly unmissable.

This event is for Members Only (25 Places)