A POPULAR raver will be showcasing his secret works of art at an intimate exhibition.

Party legend Disco Pete, a well-known figure in Brighton, will be displaying his very own artwork, that has remained private for years.

Among the sketches are pieces that Pete has done of famous city landmarks.

The works will be displayed at the Brighton Fishing Museum, in Kings Road Arches and the exhibition will run from June 2 to 15.

Fishing Museum trustee Philip Sugg organised the display after being show Pete’s hidden artwork.

He said: “His daughter came to visit me, at my studio, and told me he was moving into a care home and that his flat was full of his art. I was intrigued. The flat was an Aladdin’s cave of art and I agreed that we should try to put on an exhibition to celebrate his life.”