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The Architects Underground is calling itself a ‘live weekly magazine’. Instead of putting its ideas to paper or uploading them online, it will take the form of a new weekly event, Wednesdays at 66 Portland Place, the home of the Royal Institute of British Architects. The night is aimed at anyone with a love for architecture and design and will offer something more then a panel talk. Each week, a mix of performers, artists or guest speakers will take the stage.
For the launch night (September 11) Giles Martin, son of legendary Beatles producer George Martin, will tell the story of one of the band's most iconic albums, Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and a pop-up bar will be serving a cocktail inspired by a famous architect.
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- RIBA £15 (includes a free cocktail)
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