We need to talk about music...
You say you want a revolution?

 

EAT MUSIC DRINK ART
sketch's manifesto reaches new heights, joining forces with the Victoria & Albert Museum

Them, the V&A, unveil their new major exhibition - You say you want a revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-70 - A multi-layered retrospective on a defining decade, encompassing photography, posters, literature, music, design, film, fashion...

Us, sketch, we've set a three course lunch in the two Michelin starred Lecture Room & Library. Crafted by Masterchef Pierre Gagnaire, the menu is imaginative, bold, ground-breaking and delicious

Together, "... Well, you know, we all want to change the world" - The Beatles, Revolutions, 1968
Our Treat: A lunch and an exhibition, an experience set to inspire, a day out, a way of life for London...

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Parisian Perfumer Diptyque adds fragrance to the experience with a bespoke goody bag for all guests to take away - 35g Scented Candle, more and more...

49 - Three Course Lunch and an exhibition ticket

Valid 10 September 2016 to 26 February 2017
Lunch in the Lecture Room & Library - Tuesday to Friday

Ring, Ring, Ring 020 7659 45 00

The Beatles Illustrated Lyrics, 'Revolution' 1968 by Alan Aldridge  Iconic Images, Alan Aldridge
The Beatles Illustrated Lyrics, 'Revolution' 1968 by Alan Aldridge Iconic Images, Alan Aldridge.

The Rolling Stones, 1965  Iconic Images Terry O'Neill
The Rolling Stones, 1965 Iconic Images Terry O'Neill.

 

You Say You Want a Revolution?

This major exhibition explores the era defining significance and impact of the late 1960s, expressed through some of the greatest music and performance of the 20th century alongside fashion, film, design, and political activism.

From global civil rights, multiculturalism, environmentalism, consumerism, computing, communality to neoliberalist politics, this exhibition investigates the upheaval, the explosive sense of freedom, and the legal changes that took place in these five revolutionary years. It uncovers the finished and unfinished revolutions of the time that changed the way we live today and think about the future.

John Sebastian performing at Woodstock, 1969,  Henry Diltz Corbis
John Sebastian performing at Woodstock, 1969, Henry Diltz Corbis.

 

In partnership with Levis; Sound experience by Sennheiser.
With additional support from Grow Annenberg Foundation, Fenwick and Sassoon.