'Funland: A visual Tour of the British Seaside' swerves the usual sea views and shots of cliffs to bring us the bright, bold and beautiful visual vernacular of the proper British sea front. Here sirens sound, coins clang, paint peels and chips wilt in a land painted in vivid letters and flashing neon. This is Funland, and it's a world we've all visited to escape the humdrum and the routine of our daily lives.
Rob Ball's photographs capture this world perfectly, the clustered buildings, the gritty day-glo carpets, the paper cups full of popcorn and flat coffee - you can almost smell the faded glamour. Scarborough, Bridlington, Blackpool, Great Yarmouth and many more are found inside and if that doesn't make you want to pack up your trunks and £5 bag of 2 pence pieces, what will?