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Thursday 10 September, 18.30–20.30
British Museum, Room 90
Admission free, just drop in

An evening of live acoustic music offering updated versions of classic protest songs from the past 100 years.

London-based singers Alan Tyler, Trevor Moss and Hannah Lou, the No Sorrows and Pete Greenwood bring an evening of folk, blues, country and psychedelic rock music to the exhibition Medals of Dishonour.

One Comment

    • mary
    • Posted September 11, 2009 at 9:34 am
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    Ususally when listening to protest songs its in a pub, on a rally, in a festival or someones living room. It made an unusual and welcome change to be in the British Museum and hear this music as part of an exhibition,’medals of dishonour’. It all made for an inspiring and unusual experience.

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