AN EXHIBITION of art produced by a star of 70s TV show Starsky and Hutch is coming to the Cotswolds.

Paul Michael Glaser played Starsky in the iconic American show as well as acting in TV, film and theatre on top of directing many television series and several films.

He has written books and poetry and was recently persuaded to allow people to view his artwork with a percentage of all the proceeds going into his deceased wife’s foundation which raises millions of dollars in the fight against HIV and aids.

The Elizabeth Glaser Paediatric Aids Foundation was set up as a tribute after she and her two children were infected by a tainted blood transfusion given during birth complications at a time before blood got screened.

The exhibition is to take place at Jacques Barn, Stourton, near Chipping Norton from Friday, September 24 to Sunday, September 26.

Refreshments will be sold and donations will be gratefully received in aid of the Elizabeth Glaser Paediatric Aids Foundation and Cancer Research UK.

The exhibition will commence Friday evening with a strictly invitation only reception but will be open to all the public 10am-4pm on both Saturday and Sunday.