WWI Cartoons: ‘Fragment of France’
Show / Display
The Clarence Tavern, 1 Clarence Road, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 1BB
A display of ‘Fragments of France’ collectable cards from WWI (1914), drawn by prominent British cartoonist Captain Bruce Bairnsfather whose best-known cartoon character is ‘Old Bill’. You can view these amusing images whilst enjoying your favourite tipple.
The Clarence Tavern is one of the oldest “Coach Houses” in the South of England and one of Gosport’s original watering holes. It is well known for a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and its great range of real ales brewed locally. Your hosts say “You may enter a stranger, but you will leave a friend.”
- Thursday 7 September: 1400-2300
- Friday 8 September: 1400-2300
- Saturday 9 September: 1400-2300
- Sunday 10 September: 1400-2300
No Booking Needed
There is parking, including Blue Badge spaces in Clarence Road. Charges may apply.
Visitors may also be interested in the Heritage Quiz at The Clarence Tavern on Thurs 7th Oct from 2000 – 2100.
Richard Bourke and The Clarence Tavern
The Clarence Tavern is situated within a 5 minute walk of the town centre and the Gosport ferry.