Convict Charles Bronson releases artwork

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Convict Charles Bronson releases artwork

Charles Bronson's fiancée Lorraine Etherington co-wrote a biography with him about his life in the Broadmoor's high security hospital.
‪The book will be launched Friday January 9 at an exhibition in Hackney to showcase the art work he has created whilst behind bars.
‪Lorraine became engaged to Bronson on December 4 2013, she said,
"He bent down on one knee during visiting time and asked me to marry him. I had no idea he was going to propose and thought he was joking at first because he has a good sense of humor, but I said yes."
‪Charles is currently in Wakefield prison serving his 42nd year and is in 23 hours solitary confinement.
‪The Death of Bronson is open to the public until 9-22 January every day held at Apiary Studios, E2 9EG.

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