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20 years of Ministry of Sound

Free exhibition starting Friday celebrate two decades

Ministry of Sound has been at the forefront of youth culture since it opened its doors in 1991. Millions of clubbers have passed through its doors over that time, including for three DJmag Top 100 DJs polls, seeing it grow into a global brand and the world's largest independent record label.

The South London venue is now launching the 20:20 Project which involves various activities throughout 2011 and kicks off with a free month-long exhibition at MOS from 4th March to 1st April

The exhibition includes unseen photography, iconic artwork, documentary footage and audio visual installations of the past two decades including commentary by the founding partners and current superstar DJs like Pete Tong, Mark Knight and Above & Beyond.

Fans will also be able to go to MOS every Thursday night and have a chance to play a track on the club's sound system. Live your fantasy and know what it feels like to stand in the legendary DJ booth.

Event: Ministry of Sound 20:20 Exhibition
Date:
4th March-1st April at Ministry of Sound
Tuesday to Friday 12-7 p.m.
FREE ADMISSION