Revolutions: Records and Rebels is an exciting exhibition that explores the explosive years of 1966 - 1970.
Developed by the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London, with a sound experience by Sennheiser, the exhibition looks at the seismic changes that occurred at this time.
Capturing the voices of disruptors in music, fashion, technology and politics, the exhibition explores the impact this period had on the way we live today and how we think about tomorrow.
With over 500 objects on display highlights include John Lennon’s signature glasses, hand written lyrics for the Beatles hit Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, Iconic Mini dresses worn by Twiggy and protest materials that defined the anti Vietnam War movement. It is an exhibition not to be missed.
This exhibition contains mature content, including violence, drug references, nudity and adult themes, viewer discretion is advised by parents or guardians of children under the age of 18.
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