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A die-hard fan of beloved TV comedy Only Fools and Horses
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"£4,000 tattoo…What an absolute 42 carat plonker".
BRISTOL man Darren Williams, 47, today revealed his massive tribute to Only Fools and Horses – a tattoo covering his whole back.
Mr Williams, a keen fan of the show, spent 50 hours having the legendary BBC show’s logo, main characters Del Boy and Rodney and Uncle Albert, Nelson Mandela House tower block and their three-wheeler van inked on his skin.
Bristol is certainly a great location for any fan of the BBC sitcom as the locations are plentiful.
Nelson Mandella house, This block of flats was used from series 6 onwards. Location Whitemead House off Duckmoor Road, Bristol.
Although Only Fools And Horses was supposedly based in Peckham, London, none of the filming ever took place there. Locations were found in Brighton, Salisbury, Ipswich, Hull, Bristol and various parts of London.
Exterior filming at "Nelson Mandela House" was originally done at Harlech Tower, Park Road East, Acton, London. Later, filming switched to Whitemead House, Duckmore Road, Bristol.
The "Nag’s Head" was filmed at various pubs in Brighton, Bristol, Hull, Ipswich, London and Salisbury.
The street markets used in various episodes were located in Bristol, Hull, Ipswich and Salisbury.
The hospital used in "Three Men, A Woman And A Baby" was Hillingdon Hospital, Uxbridge.
The famous "Batman And Robin" scene in "Heroes And Villains" was filmed in a shopping precinct in Bristol.
The scene in ‘Dates’ where Rodney jumped traffic lights and hit a row of road cones was filmed around the Brabazon Road in Filton, Bristol.
PASTA PARK, Gloucester Road, Bristol
trigger takes his date there.
46 OLD MARKET STREET,BRISTOL
computer dating agency in ‘dates’.
WAGGON AND HORSES PUB, STAPLETON RD, BRISTOL
Nags head in ‘dates’ also the ‘Goose At The Flyer’ (Bristol) also featured as the Nag’s Head.
BRISTOL NORTH BATHS, GLOUCESTER RD, BISHOPSTON, BRISTOL
Police station in ‘dates’.
Films & TV made in Bristol
The Truth About Love 2007: This romantic comedy was filmed in locations including Clifton Suspension Bridge, Park Place (Clifton), Merchants Quay/Redcliffe Wharf, Severnshed and The Paragon (Clifton).
Starter For Ten 2006: UK feature starring James McAvoy 1980s drama/comedy about a Bristol University student determined to appear on University Challenge. locations include Bristol University, Royal York Crescent, Redcliffe Wharf and Christmas Steps.
Wallace and Gromit, Chicken Run, Creature Comforts and Robbie the Reindeer – were all made by the Oscar award winning Aardman Animations here in Bristol. Creature Comforts was inspired by Nick park’s visits to Bristol Zoo Gardens and features voices of local Bristolians.
These Foolish Things 2004: UK feature starring Lauren Bacall and Angelica Huston. Drama/comedy set in 1930s London was filmed in locations including King Street (doubled for Soho) and Colston Hall.
BBC Casualty (1986-present): – BBC’s prime time Saturday night TV series has been filmed in Bristol for over 20 years. Casualty is filmed in an old warehouse in St Phillips and at outdoor locations around the city.
Deal or No Deal – is filmed in Bristol by Endemol West’s studios, where many other shows such as Channel 5’s Brainteaser are also filmed. Image: Channel 4
Skins (2006-present): E4’s new drama from the makers of Shameless follows the story of a group of Bristol teenagers. Image: Channel 4
Don’t Die Young: Dr Alice Roberts, senior Teaching Fellow at the Department of Anatomy at Bristol University demystifies the inner workings of the body to help our understanding of how lifestyle impacts on lifespan in this BBC series.
Afterlife (2004 – present): ITV’s supernatural thriller filmed its two series in Bristol studios and locations including Southville (Greville Road), Welsh Back, Bristol Buttery, Cumberland Basin plus many more.
Teachers – A Comedy following a group of Teachers both inside and outside the classroom was filmed in Lockleaze School, The Promenade (Clifton) and various Clifton streets.
Animal Magic – Popular children’s TV programme filmed at Bristol Zoo Gardens until 1984, having run for 21 years.
Shoestring – Private eye TV series filmed in Bristol.
The Young Ones – The student sitcom starring Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson was filmed in and around Redland.
House of Elliott – was filmed in Berkeley Square
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Tattoo Art Fest (135/290) – 04-06Jul08, Paris (France)
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[Taken in Paris (France) – 05Jul08]
During three days, the biggest french tattoo convention, the Tattoo Art Fest, took place, for the second time ever, in the Parc Floral.
6000 people attended the event, which gathered around 100 tattoo artists from all around the globe, 9 shops, and had a show with performances and concerts all night long between Saturday and Sunday.