Museums at Night: Public Service Broadcasting
15th - 17th May 2014
This event has now sold out. Admission is by ticket only.
London based musical duo, Public Service Broadcasting are to play three exclusive gigs in a secret location at the Museum as part of Museums at Night 2014.
In addition to Public Service Broadcasting’s set you can expect a night of 40’s 50’s and 60’s themed entertainment: the chance to take part in a mission to knit plane in a recreation 1940’s living room, whilst being serenaded by a live cabaret singer; a 50’s and 60’s Silent Disco, and traditional games of giant snakes and ladders – all taking place within the shadow of an RAF Lancaster Bomber.
The band will play in a secret location at the museum.... join in the fun when the doors open at 7.30pm!
The museum will provide a fitting back drop for the pair as they perform their debut release – The War Room EP - in its entirety.
Granted unique access to propaganda films from WWII-era Britain by the BFI, the band perform in front of breathtaking visuals to a soundtrack atmospheric synths, pounding drums, Krautrock guitars and poignant piano - beaming the past back at us through vintage TV sets and state of the art modern video projections.
Doors open at 7.30pm. This event is for over 18's only.
Guests are invited to dress up in either 40's, 50's or 60's fashion. If you're stuck for inspiration then look no further - we are here to advise!
Underground: Colindale Underground Station
Buses: 303 stops right outside the Museum. Better yet, it starts right outside Colindale Tube Station.
Rail: Travel to Mill Hill Broadway. We’re 20 minutes walk (1.9km) from the station, or enjoy a short, convenient journey on the 303 bus
When using SatNav to visit the museum please use the postcode NW9 5QW
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BBC2 will be broadcasting excerpts of various Museum at Night Events at 7pm on Saturday. Immediately afterwards it will be available on BBC i-player. Part of the programme will be dedicated to Public Service Broadcasting's performance.
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