This is the weird and wonderful world of Britain’s newest theme park, Dismaland, courtesy of secretive street artist Banksy.

The park, at the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare in south-west England, features a decrepit castle and model boats full of refugees.

Banksy, famed for his ironic murals in unexpected places, said the show was something different as his street art had become “just as reassuringly white, middle class and lacking in women as any other art movement”.


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