Museums at Night 2014: Public Service Broadcasting

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As part of the nationwide Museums At Night festival, London two-piece Public Service Broadcasting play three nights at the RAF Museum in Hendon. Their sample-heavy soundscapes use live guitar and drums, and sometimes piano and banjo, alongside vocal tracks from old radio broadcasts, public information films and archive speeches. For these special shows they'll be performing their EP 'The War Room'.

The event also includes good clean vintage fun for all the family, including an attempt to knit a life-sized plane in a ’40s living room, cabaret singing, a ’50s and ’60s silent disco and giant snakes and ladders. The vibe: think Blitz spirit without, you know, the actual Blitz.

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