PUNK 1976-78 POP-UP SHOP

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told you punk was dead was telling a porky pie, because it’s actually celebrating the big 40. The British Library is marking the anniversary with a new Punk 1976-78 exhibition, exploring the early years of the subculture, and they’ve got a pop-up shop to match. Set up record store-style, the shop features a replica 1970s listening booth, loaned by The Clash’s Mick Jones, a photo booth, and a range of products for sale, including vinyl, homeware, and rare photographic prints by Sheila Rock. Who’s ready to relive their youth?

Fri 13th May – Sun 2nd Oct 2016
The British Library, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB
www.bl.uk