I am going to this next week. For anyone that has already been can you recall whether they allow photography? I do not wish to lug my camera along unnecessarily.
Loads of people were taking pics with their phones when I went, clogging up the best viewing places
If I take my camera I will be considerate to others. Just found out that you can take photos in all but the final room and no video allowed.
I'm not particularly a PF fan but it is a fascinating and absorbing exhibition. Very surprising (to me at least) early influence in one of the video spools in the first room. Enjoy.
tickets booked in August, can't wait the reviews have been great
I went last week and really enjoyed it. The new mix of Comfy Numb from Live 8 in surround sound and video was interesting.
The only downside was the large number of visitors, making it difficult to see up close many of the exhibits. I advise going off-peak if you can.
Was there Monday night this week. Loved it. Absolutely fascinating, a must for any PF fan
I went a couple of weeks ago and found it absolutely absorbing!
A must go see, and hear, for not only all PF fans but also those who lived through the times.
A fascinating story and insight.
p.s. I might well go again!
Going on Thursday
Just visited this and it was very good.
i love Pink Floyd too, all albums between 1969 and 1977. But after i find that they could not propose something new, always the same old tracks on concerts, cooking and cooking always the same music. I saw them twice in concert, between 1988 and 1995: nice shows, but the magic and fabulous creativity of their first 5 or 6 albums is gone. Just my opinion.
But the show is still amazing.... Sorry if some will disagree, just my feeling, wanted to share.
Too busy and too many knobs with rucksacks......
finally got there on tuesday - OUTSTANDING!
everthing you would expect from this creative force, reall sense of how it started, Syd, albums visuals, flying Pigs - The Wall and more
V&A a triumph
I managed to go yesterday, very impressed and well put together. If you are a fan it's really worth the visit - I believe they have extended it for a further 2 weeks.
Planning to go next week........how long does it take to get around, I know this depends on an individual but am I looking at the whole day or a couple of hours, just an average so I can arrange my trip accordingly (don't want to rush it)
Couple of hours max. Depends how many times you sit through the last room, mind
Thanks Gary.....looking forward to it!
Took me 2 hours to absorb everything - enjoy!