For one day only, Brian May, together with Denis Pellerin and Paula Fleming, present their Diableries exhibition, a collection of colourful and detailed three-dimensional images of the underworld, originating from Victorian times. Soho’s Century Club is transformed into a gothic crypt of temptation and seduction. As well as being a rock legend and Queen guitarist, Brian May has a passion for collecting Victorian cards known as Diableries or ‘Devilments’. This free exhibition gives you the chance to see these stereo cards in 3D using the stereoscopic viewer, Owl, which Brian May designed. Surrounded by fantastic imagery depicting demonic scenes with debauched skeletons, devils and satyr, you will have the opportunity to see a 3D screening of the Diableries film, One Night in Hell, and the skull guitar from Queen’s It’s A Hard Life video, on public display for the first time. The exhibition celebrates the launch of the trio’s book, Diableries: Stereoscopic Adventures in Hell, The Complete Edition, published by The London Stereoscopic Company. Signed copies will be available for purchase at the exhibit.