Public Service Broadcasting to perform 3 nights at Museum

Published on: 10th February 2014

Museums at Night LogoLondon 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, on May 15, 16 and 17, 2014.

In what will undoubtedly be one of the highlights of the Museums at Night Festival, the RAF Museum in North London will provide a fitting and atmospheric backdrop for the band 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 of 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.
 

Public Service Broadcasting at the Royal Air Force Museum

In addition to Public Service Broadcasting’s set you can expect:

  • A night of 40s, 50s and 60s themed entertainment
  • The chance to take part in a mission to knit a life sized plane in a recreation 1940s living room, whilst being serenaded by a live cabaret singer
  • A 50s and 60s Silent Disco
  • And traditional games such as giant snakes and ladders – all taking place within the shadow of our Lancaster Bomber.

Tickets priced £28 plus booking fee, and are available online here. Doors open at 7:30 pm.
 

Public Service Broadcasting in our HudsonMuseums at Night is the UK wide annual late night festival of arts, heritage and culture.

Over the weekend of Thursday 15 – Saturday 17 May, 2014, hundreds of museums, galleries and historic spaces all over UK will be opening their doors at night-time for a whole host of unique and exciting events; from participatory events with leading contemporary artists Grayson Perry, Rankin and Spencer Tunick to bands playing in museums; whole city art take overs to museum sleepovers; poetry readings and author talks to star gazing at historic houses.

Full listings can be found at www.museumsatnight.org.uk.

Public Service Broadcasting’s debut album Inform – Educate – Entertain was released in May 2013 and entered the UK album charts at #21.

It received widespread critical acclaim, including 5 star Album of the Month from Artrocker Magazine plus 4 star reviews from Mojo, The Guardian, The Independent and many more.

It was also picked by BBC 6 Music DJs & staff as the 9th best album of the year and appeared in many best of the year lists.

2014 looks set to be another stellar year for the band, with a debut US Tour in February & March, which finishes with a stop-off at SXSW in Austin, Texas, followed by a whole host of European dates before another busy festival season.

New material – the subject of which is a closely guarded secret! – will follow later in the year. 

If you would like to keep up to date with the band you can do so by following their website, Twitter Stream or Facebook Page.




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