News: Dub and Reggae, Virtual Family Rave and more as part of Museum of London’s upcoming online events

Earlier this month the Museum of London shifted focus to temporarily become the Museum for London as part of a mission to bring first-class online content to visitors at home while our physical doors are closed.   

The most recent addition to the Museum for London online programming is a series of free stay-at-home events ranging across videos, talks, tours and in-conversations that you can enjoy right from home.  

Highlights include: 

SoundClash: London’s Dub Reggae roots
Coming soon – sign up for updates here

Join the Museum for a two-week celebration of London’s Dub and Reggae culture over the years. They will explore the community and social impact, as well as the artistic influence of Dub and Reggae in London, through interviews, oral histories, performance and more. 

As part of a year-long celebration marking the anniversary of Bob Marley’s 75th birthday, Universal Music and the Marley Family will be releasing a special documentary on Bob Marley’s time in London in the 70s. Join them here for unseen footage and new and exclusive content exploring the influence of this reggae icon on the city. 

Free Smartify audio tour of The Clash: London Calling  
Available now here 

The Museum of London is pleased to share that its new, exclusive audio tour of The Clash: London Calling display is live on the Smartify app. Using a selection of key objects from the band’s personal archive, this fascinating, 15-minute audio experience takes you behind-the-scenes of how the album was made. You can find the tour on the London Calling page on the Museum’s website

Virtual Family Rave: Swashbucklers & High Seas
Sunday 19 July
2pm – 3.30pm
Free – Online via Facebook / YouTube
Register for more info

Shiver me timbers! The family rave is back but this time it’s virtual. Don your best pirate attire and join the Museum of London Docklands and Big Fish Little Fish for ‘Swashbucklers & High Seas’ as DJ Barry Ashworth (Dub Pistols) streams a live set of old school anthems direct from his home to yours.

Photo credit: Henry Grant Collection – Museum of London

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