Miscellaneous Events and Exhibitions

This page includes details of miscellaneous exhibitions which have been held about Queen.

Queen 'One Vision - The Magic Of Queen' Exhibition Queen 'Princes Of The Universe: The Ultimate Fine Art Photography Tour Of Queen By Denis O'Regan' Exhibition

One Vision - The Magic Of Queen (2014)
A Kind Of Magic - The Richard Young Gallery (2016)
Innuendo: Back To The Tapes (2017)
Princes Of The Universe: The Ultimate Fine Art Photography Tour Of Queen By Denis O'Regan (2017)
Halloween Queen (2019)

One Vision - The Magic Of Queen
This exhibition opened in Germany in September 2014, and featured many photographs which had not been published before, by Terry O’Neill, Neal Preston, Peter Hince, Lord Snowdon, Denis O’Regan, George Hurrell, Simon Fowler, David Bailey, Richard Young, Jill Furmanovsky and Arthur Edwards, and captures various stages of the band's career.

The photographs were assembled from private collections, Queen's own archive, and various publishers, by Queen's manager Jim Beach.

The exhibition is free and has been staged at the following locations, although I am sure this list is incomplete:

31 July to 21 September 2014 - Munich Rock Museum in the Olympic Tower, Munich, Germany
28 September to 20 October 2014 - Gasteig Concert Hall, Munich, Germany
15 January to 1 February 2015 - Wien Mitte shopping mall, Vienna, Austria

A Kind Of Magic - The Richard Young Gallery
This exhibition featured the photography of Richard Young, and marked what would have been Freddie's 70th birthday. It featured photographs of Queen and Freddie, many previously unseen, in concert, backstage, and in private, over a 13 year period from 1978 through to 1991.

The exhibition was staged at the Richard Young Gallery, in Holland Street, London, England, from 5th September to 5th November 2016 and admission was free.

A number of limited edition prints were also available at the venue.

Innuendo: Back To The Tapes
This event was held on 30 September 2017, at Metropolis Studios in London, with proceeds going to the Mercury Phoenix Trust.

The event was hosted by 6 Music DJ Matt Everitt, and featured Metropolis Studios CEO Richard Connell taking to Justin Shirley-Smith and Noel Harris, about the band and the recording of the 'Innuendo' album. It featured extracts from the original multi-track tapes of early versions and alternate versions of 'Innuendo', 'I'm Going Slightly Mad', 'These Are The Days Of Our Lives' and 'The Show Must Go On', as well as studio out-takes and banter, and various memorabilia from the recording sessions. It also featured a champagne reception, canapes and a photography exhibition.

Princes Of The Universe: The Ultimate Fine Art Photography Tour Of Queen By Denis O'Regan
This was a tour showcasing over 60 photographs of the band from their early days in 1974 through to The Magic Tour in 1986, many previously unseen.

The exhibition was staged by Off Beat Lounge, working closely with BMW, and was held in BMW showrooms, which were transformed for the event. The tour visited 14 towns and cities in the UK from September to November 2017:

1. 19 September - Cooper BMW, Norwich
2. 21 September - Cooper BMW, Croydon
3. 22 September - Elms BMW, Cambridge
4. 26 September - Williams BMW, Liverpool
5. 28 September - Rybrook BMW, Worcester
6. 29 September - Sytner BMW, Leicester
7. 10 October - Dick Lovett BMW, Bristol
8. 12 October - Sytner BMW, Cardiff
9. 13 October - Dick Lovett BMW, Swindon
10. 14 November - Douglas Park BMW, Glasgow
11. 17 November - Stratstone BMW, Harrogate
12. 21 November - Williams BMW, Bolton
13. 23 November - Sytner BMW, Sheffield
14. 24 November - Lancaster BMW, Milton Keynes

Prints of the photographs were available to buy at each event, and in addition to the exhibition, there was also a question and answer session with Denis O'Regan himself, available to VIP ticket holders only. Proceeds from the sale of tickets and prints were donated to the Mercury Phoenix Trust.

Halloween Queen
This exhibition was staged at the Denis O'Regan Gallery in London, on 31 October 2019.

This was a halloween themed exhibition, featuring photographs from Denis O'Regan's collection, with some limited edition prints for sale. It also featured anecdotes and a question and answer session.