This event is now SOLD OUT
Friday 22 January
IMAX Theatre, 20.30
Red-hot art-rockers Public Service Broadcasting are bringing their unique blend of spaced-out audio-visual entertainment to the Science Museum for a very special one-off show.
Performing a stone’s throw from our blockbuster exhibition Cosmonauts: Birth of the Space Age, the band will play the immersive, atmospheric music of their acclaimed 2015 album The Race to Space.
Interweaving analogue and electronic instrumentation with archive footage from the British Film Institute and samples of US and Soviet space missions, their spellbinding show is a self-styled ‘AV Transmission’ that beams our past back at us through vintage TV sets and state-of-the-art video projectors, magically and movingly evoking the story of space in the Cold War ’60s.
With the actual spacecraft and artefacts of the early Russian space programme in Cosmonauts just a short walk from the intimate surrounds of the IMAX theatre, the Science Museum is the ultimate venue in which to experience PSB’s glorious cosmic creativity.
- Book online or by phone if you prefer. The number to call is 020 7942 4000 (booking fees apply)
- The show is seated in the IMAX Theatre and seats are unreserved
- There is no age limit, though ID will be checked at the bars
- Ticket holders will receive an exclusive promotion code for discounted tickets to Cosmonauts, which will be sent out via email at least one month before the show. Cosmonauts has limited capacity, so you need to pre-book a timed slot online if you want to see the exhibition on the evening of the gig
- If you don't pre-book tickets for Cosmonauts you may need to queue for the next available slot
- Please allow at least 10 minutes to walk from the exhibition to the IMAX Theatre
- On Fridays the Science Museum is open until 22.00 and last entry to Cosmonauts is 20.45