Charles Delafeld’s paintings of infamous characters from the world of organised crime will be hung for one night on Sunday at the Arts Theatre Club, famed for being a favourite haunt of the notorious Kray twins. - A portrait of 'Mad' Frankie Fraser
Mad Frankie Fraser. Formerly a Richardson enforcer. Latterly a Kray associate. It was the Turnmills nightclub in Clerkenwell where Frankie Fraser was shot in the head. That was in 1991 when he was 68!! Of course he survived.
Jimmy Moody: James Alfred 'Jimmy' Moody (27 February 1941, Looe, Cornwall - 1 June 1993, Hackney, London) was an English gangster and hitman whose career spanned more than four decades and included run-ins with Jack Spot, Billy Hill, "Mad" Frankie Fraser, the Krays, the Richardsons and the Provisional IRA.