“In my teenage ‘punk’ hey deys...


School connected me to a soldier fighting in Iraq, to write to as a pen pal. I didn’t agree with him being there and he knew nothing about my world or punk music. ‘New World Order’ meant very different things to both of us. But we continued to write, regardless, and he is still around today.”
“Dear Punk Princess” by Bridget Prince chronicled the real-life pen pal relationship between two participants with opposite world views - one of the compelling original exhibitions created by local people at the first version of @museumofordinarypeople during this year’s Brighton Fringe.
Did you make it to MOOP's first exhibition?
If you liked what you saw, and you'd like to see more, why not come along to MOOP Talk: Action on October 1st – you'd be helping us raise funds for the next stage of the museum (big plans ahead!)