In the hall, a large banner welcomes the visitor. Then forty banners in the first room, celebrating clubs, committees, associations, political organizations and trade unions with their demands.
The banner art is highly developed and very traditional in England. This second exhibition is made up by Ed Hall, a senior architect in London who now devotes his life to British demands. His guests are associations engaged in social causes and political unions, families plunged into mourning, parents outraged by q school closure, or the Union rail, the International Union for sex workers.
With these creations, we discover British social history: demonstrations against the police blunders, against privatization with Thatcher, against the war in Iraq, etc. So during the visit, put up your eyes!