Museum Of Youth Culture Announces A Series Of Cult Talks At Their Pop-Up Store In Carnaby Street


Celebrating the scenes, styles and sounds forged by young people over the last 100 years, the Museum of Youth Culture comes to Carnaby St, London until July 2021.

The team behind ‘The Subculture Archives’ are reinventing the high-street by safely championing British rebellion and self-expression through the years, fused with an exciting retail concept fit for these times.

Throughout June 2021 the Museum is proud to launch, ‘A Way of Life’ photographer talks.

A series of free events in the basement gallery revealing youth culture stories from the collections and embracing our world class social history. Working with emerging artists such as Aiyush Pachnanda and Ellie Ramsden, to legendary subculture photographers Normski and Gavin Watson, are some of the guests who join the Museum for evening talks in June from 7-8pm.

Events Schedule:
Thursday June 10th: 7pm Gavin
(Eighties Skinhead, Punk and Rave) and Evelyn Kutschera (Swiss Contemporary Skinhead Scene)

Tuesday 15th June: 7pm Sian Lincoln (Teenage Bedrooms Researcher)

Wednesday 16th June: 7pm Tony Davis (Northern UK 80s/90s Rave Photographer)

Thursday 17th June: 7pm Normski (80s Hip Hop and Electronic Music)

Pride of place at the entrance and new in store is the much loved, Eighties Analogue Photo Booth – using photographic paper and chemical development processes whilst you patiently wait for your four magical images to arrive.