Thursday 29 September 2016

Museum of Brands - What's On - October 2016

Museums at Night - Halloween Banquet 

We are hosting a dinner with a difference for Museums at Night, on Friday 28 October, with London’s celebrated Supper Club – GrubClub and award-winning chef Adam Rawson. Dine amongst the exhibits on an unforgettable Halloween-inspired seven course tasting menu, featuring the famous food brands found in the Museum. As it’s Halloween black will feature throughout the menu. Limited availability. Book now 

Half-Term for Families 

We are launching our new creative Family Bags ready for October half-term. The bags are full of fun design related activities. You get to make your own branded product and find characters such as Mickey Mouse in our Time Tunnel. Suitable for children of all ages and free to borrow. Children under 7 go free to the Museum.Visit us

Graphics of Punk

The wild variety of graphic art that emanated from the era of anti-establishment sentiment will be on display from 4 October to 29 January. The record sleeves that packaged the radical noise of bands such as the Sex Pistols and the posters that promoted each new release, including God Save The Queen (1977) will be on show.
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Winners: Brand of the Year

The Museum is honoured to receive the prestigious Band of the Year Award. Held at Kensington Palace, the World Branding Awards 2016 included recipients from Thailand, Nigeria and 14 other countries. Visit us for a first-hand experience of our exhibitions, café, garden and shop.
Event Spaces
The top names in brands and design regularly use our venue for workshopsmeetings and more. Recent client BBC Media Action said they ‘thoroughly enjoyed the day and were very impressed by the Museum and its facilities’. We offer a great range of catering options and, of course, access to our collection. Email Francesca or call 020 7243 9612.

Space Hopper Poncho 

With Halloween just around the corner, are you still without a costume? Stand out from the crowd and get ready for the Halloween parties by trick or treating in a Space Hopper poncho. Available in the museum shop, it’s suitable for all sizes; the Space Hopper poncho is nostalgic, vibrant and waterproof for the autumn months.Visit us
Coming up: Punk & Typography
Join us for an evening talk on the 15 November by Sarah Hyndman, with drinks and discussions. Find out how typography gave the angst and rebellion of punk a voice that exploded in a riot of letterforms and demanded to be heard. Sarah specialises in making the complex topic of typography accessible with originality, humor, and audience participation. Book here