AN artwork at one of the most intriguing buildings in Malvern, has at last been finished, thanks to contributions numerous visitors.
The Theatre of Small Convenience in Edith Walk was officially recognised as the smallest theatre in the world by the Guiness Book of Records in 2002.
It was created by impresario Dennis Neale three years earlier in a Victorian building that used to be a gentleman's public toilet.
Amongst the many interesting features of the building is the trellis outside, which over the years has been filled with tiles decorated by the theatre's patrons.
Mr Neale said: "We've had people of all ages and from all over the world contributing decorated tiles. Their contributions have been fascinating and It's been years in the making, so it's great to see them all together."
Since the theatre opened in 1999. Mr Neale, a keen puppeteer and drama enthusiast, has put on dozens of different productions.