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Museum of Youth Culture: What’s On
Museum of Youth Culture: What’s On

Events to celebrate the culture of our youth

Museum of Youth Culture: What’s On


Museum of Youth Culture
154 Shaftesbury Avenue WC2H 8HL

The Museum of Youth Culture represents the world’s most comprehensive collection of youth culture content, incorporating over 150,000 photographs, ephemera and educational texts from over 400 photographers and writers celebrating youth culture history.

As well as exhibiting these works, the Museum also hosts a variety of talks and workshops, helping to inspire future generations through the power of youth culture.

Be sure to follow the @museumofyouthculture and @7dialslondon Instagram channels for all the latest news and updates, and please ensure to adhere to all COVID-19 government guidelines.


Find us:

City Livin'

An evening of art and live music at the Museum of Youth Culture, featuring emerging London artists Time, Connie Swift, Drowsy, Flora Scott, Steve Segull, Ricky Lee and Rilla127.

For more information visit their website here.

EVENT DETAILS

Tuesday February 8th, 5-10pm

Drumz of the South Book Launch

Reaching her Kickstarter target at the end of 2021, the Museum of Youth Culture is proud to host the book launch for @drumzofthesouth, a new photo book by Georgia Cook documenting the emergence of Dubstep in London

For more information visit their website here.

EVENT DETAILS

Launch: Thursday February 10th, 6-10pm

Exhibition: 10th -16th February

New Perspectives by Dean Chalkley

An exciting new exhibition and project by music photographer @deanchalkley_ –  watch this space for more information.

For more information visit their website here.

EVENT DETAILS

Launch: Thursday 17th February, 6-10pm

Exhibition: 17th-27th February

Dreaming in Yellow Book Launch x Velocity Press

Written by Harry Harrison, one of DIY’s founding members, Dreaming in Yellow traces their origins back to early formative experiences, describing in detail the seminal clubs, parties, festivals and records that forged the collective. Join @velocitypress and the Museum of Youth Culture for the book launch, featuring DJs and Talks.

For more information visit their website here.

EVENT DETAILS

Friday March 4th, 6-10pm

Punk Art Show UK

An annual art exhibition featuring original artwork from various punk musicians from the 1977 scene and beyond. A rambunctious opening party with special guests and surprise performances. Plus, talks throughout the week exploring the history and designs that created a genre that still influences music, fashion, and self-expression.

For more information visit Punk Art Show UK.

EVENT DETAILS

Launch: Friday March 11th, 7-11pm

Exhibition: 11th – 20th March – artwork by musicians from Killing Joke, UK Subs, The Adverts, Chelsea, The Members, Johnny Thunders, Vibrators and more

Talk: Wednesday March 16th – 6-10pm – Another special talk to come

Fear & Loathing at the ROXY: Thursday March 17th, 6-10pm – Jane Palm-Gold – artist, curator and historian gives an in-depth presentation about infamous punk club, The Roxy.

WEIRDO

Celebrating their second anniversary, WEIRDO are taking over the basement gallery with a panel discussion and exhibition. @weirdo.zine is a zine (magazine) and platform documenting the experiences and perspectives of South Asian people in the alternative scene.

For more information visit their website here.

EVENT DETAILS

Launch: Friday 25th March, 6-10pm

Exhibition: 25th-27th March

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