Café Gout de Grenouille (de Wells près de la Mer)

Guest blog by Jo Woods

Graham Clarke – artist, author, humorist and one of Britain’s most popular and best-selling printmakers – will be staging a major exhibition at Gallery Plus in Wells from tomorrow.

The gallery will be transformed into the French “Café Gout de Grenouille”and Gaston du Plonk (who you may remember from his 2014 Tour de North Norfolk) will be returning, along with his father Alfonse!

This will be a unique and extraordinary insight into the wonderful world of Graham Clarke – and a never-to-be-repeated exhibition in Norfolk.

Graham himself will be bringing his squeezebox to delight and entertain you all on the opening day.

Expect lots of quirkiness and a bit of “ooh-la-la.”

And let’s not forget the stars of the show, Graham’s fascinating and unique hand-coloured etchings.

The exhibition opens with an all-day preview tomorrow – all welcome to join us for a glass (or two) of plonk, some Nibbles-a-la-France, and plenty of “joie de vivre” – and continues until Saturday May 6.

We are open from 10am to 5pm, Tuesday to Saturday, plus Easter Sunday and Monday (11am to 4pm).

Gallery Plus is on the A149 Coast Road, just east of Wells at the junction to Warham, Wighton, and Walsingham.

For more information contact Gallery Plus on 01328 711609 or visit www.gallery-plus.co.uk