Public Service Broadcasting
Art-rock band Public Service Broadcasting will play in the iconic Hintze Hall on 17 May 2019.
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For one night only, art-rock band Public Service Broadcasting will bring their full audio-visual show to the Museum's Hintze Hall.
Following a sold out concert at the Royal Albert Hall in November 2018, the band will perform songs from their 2015 album The Race for Space, a concept album that relives the story of the American and Soviet space race, alongside other selected tracks from their discography, including their recent UK top 5 album Every Valley.
Attendees will have a chance to first explore Luke Jerram's breathtaking installation, Museum of the Moon, in the Jerwood Gallery before the show. The artwork offers an awe-inspiring sight of NASA imagery projected onto a sphere.
Public Service Broadcasting is the first of many Moon-themed events at the Museum, taking place between May and September.
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18.45 - doors and cloakroom open
19.00 - registration, and Museum of the Moon and Dinosaurs gallery open
20.30 - doors to Hintze Hall open
21:00 - show starts
22.30 - show ends