Last chance to see Dreamland Heritage Trust exhibition Music & Mayhem

Margate mayor and mayoress Mick and Shirley Tomlinson with Trust volunteers Dickie and Brian Faulkner

This summer, the Dreamland Heritage Trust has welcomed more than 3,600 visitors to their exhibition Music & Mayhem – and this weekend is the last chance to see it.

The display celebrates the musical heritage of Dreamland from its early use as a music hall through to the present day.

A few familiar faces have also popped into to see the exhibition and to share their musical memories of Dreamland, including Silent Witness actress Liz Carr (pictured above) and actor Paul Barber who played Denzil Tulser in Only Fools and Horses (pictured below).

The Dreamland Heritage Trust has thanked Margate mayor Mick Tomlinson – aka Mick Tee – for allowing it to use many of his original collection of concert posters in the exhibition, to Brian and Dickie Faulkner and all the volunteers for their hard work staging the display.

This weekend is the last chance to visit the exhibition, as the doors open for the final time to coincide with National Heritage Days, this Sunday (September 22), between 11am and 4pm.

Entry is free and the exhibition can be found in the entrance concourse of Dreamland opposite the membership office.