The Tin Pan Alley Band Reunion: Museum of London
Saturday, 18 January 2020
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18 January 2020, 11:30 - 12:00
About The Tin Pan Alley Band
With some 3,186 band members, we're getting the band back together! The Tin Pan Alley Band is reforming to roam the country and world in 2020/21, while it's traditional home in Denmark Street remains under development.
If you didn't manage to sign up to the Tin Pan Alley Band at GC2C1NN before it was archived, don't worry. The band is accepting new applicants.
In fact, we're going to be hosting an audition right here, outside the front entrance of the Museum of London. Instruments will be provided - as long as they're air guitars (seriously, don't bring any instruments, the Museum staff won't appreciate it!!!).
|We'll meet, chat about the Band and then at 11:55, we'll move outside the entrance, and stand in front of the famous album cover where we'll hold the audition en-mass. Please let us know if you don't want to be photographed (photos may be posted online).
About the Museum of London
The Museum of London is a free museum devoted to the history of London, incorporating artifacts and information from the pre-Roman era, right up to the present day.
At the moment, there is also an additional free exhibition being held on site about The Clash and their 1979 album, London Calling.
|Please note that access to the Museum is somewhat unusual. Make sure you get up to the correct level, otherwise the coordinates for the event will take you to an underpass. Access is via escalators/lifts, which have been added as a waypoint. Once up at the right level, cross the walkway and enter the museum. We're meeting in the foyer.
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