Tattoo shop to open gallery

23/11/2016 (DR)

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A TATTOO shop is to hold a celebration of its artists at its gallery opening night.

Staff at the King’s Ship in Marmion Road, Southsea have been busy over the past month, rebuilding and refurbishing the tattoo studio to create a standalone gallery alongside the tattoo business.

The official relaunch will showcase artwork by house tattoo artists, Aaron Willett and Sikes Mulligan-Ward, who will have original artworks for sale.

The gallery will be a permanent new fixture to the tattoo studio, offering an open and light space for artists to showcase and hold their work.

There will be space for new artists to sell their work on a regular basis.

The opening night will start at 7pm on Friday, May 27, and finish at 9pm.