Fri, Jan
19

Happy Hour at the British Library: Liquid Histories

5:00pm – 6:00pm
Free

For one night only, you can immerse yourself in the history of the Thames using this soundscape and visual installation. Created with Central St. Martins it focuses on the Thames as a vessel of stories, both real and imagined and is currently being exhibited Shanghai Urban Space Art Season, housed in a 1930s grain silo on the Huagpu river. Enjoy the world premier of the English version (it is normally presented in Mandarin) hosted by Martyn Ware, musician in the Human League, Heaven 17 and British Electric Foundation. This is the second of three presentations: the first is on January 12th and the second is January 26th. The event is free and no tickets are required but we suggest you arrive early to get a good spot.

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