Archive and Standing Exhibition

In his Home Town of Barton upon Humber, celebrating the art, life and times of

Edward (Ted) Lewis
(1940 - 1982)


Father of 'Britnoir'

  • Novelist

  • Graphic Artist

  • Jazz Musician

Ted Lewis and Violence against Women

Archive, Exhibition, Book and Artefact Sale, Heritage

Open every Sunday 10am to 4pm (over 16) or groups/private research by prior arrangement

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Visitors to The Ted Lewis Centre will notice several additions made during lockdown but the comprehensive standing display still continues to inform and entertain.

  • We now have an adjacent disabled car parking space on site and also one other pre-authorised one as well as a turn round car drop off area.
  • A new extensive archive display cabinet shows off the many editions of Ted Lewis’s nine novels with many foreign translations and most first editions. Other displays show how Jack’s Return Home became Get Carter, exhibiting the original script, Ted’s diary and screenplay.
  • We have also created an adjacent Heritage Annexe where visitors can see the grisly interrogation of a rival gangster, a typical bar where Lewis wrote, the Mablethorpe sixties set of GBH, Frank Carter’s house and Ted Lewis in writing mode.
We continue to need more enthusiastic volunteers to offer their services to supervise the Centre and enhance visitors’ experience on more days a week. The Ted Lewis Centre is a charity.
Groups and special appointments are welcome
telephone:
01652 635366
or
business@thetedlewiscentre.org

The Ted Lewis Centre is proud to announce that it has published the two semi-autobiographical novels written by Ted Lewis.

All the Way Home and All the Night Through
+
The Rabbit

**WEBSITE SPECIAL OFFER**

Both novels are priced at £8.99 each but if you buy through this website price will only be £8.00 each

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