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The Great Pop Prom 50th Anniversary Exhibition

The Great Pop Prom 50th Anniversary
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On 15 September 1963, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones performed at one of the most momentous concerts in pop history at the Royal Albert Hall, the first of only two occasions when they appeared on the same bill. 2013 marks the 50th Anniversary of ‘The Great Pop Prom’ which will be celebrated with this new exhibition featuring never-before-seen photographs of the concert, offering fresh insights into the two biggest bands of all time as well as highlighting the dedication and enthusiasm of their legions of fans.

Presented in conjunction with Getty Images Gallery, mirrorpix and artist John Pasche, who famously designed The Rolling Stones’ trademark ‘Tongue and Lip Design’ logo in 1971, the exhibition displays rare contemporary prints of both bands, original Pasche posters and artwork from the artist’s personal collection.

Sunday 22 September 10am - 3.30pm
Saturday 28 September 10am - 4pm
Saturday 5 October 10am - 4pm
Saturday 19 October 10am - 4pm

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