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Shoot Experience present Goodbye London at the Museum of London

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Time 10:30
Date 09/10/10
Price £12

Join Shoot Experience at the Museum of London and explore the streets in teams as you imagine the city on the brink of disaster.

Take part in a photographic adventure that will challenge your imagination, survival skills and ingenuity. London stands on the brink of apocalypse - what would you save for future generations and what will you miss when it's gone?

You'll be sent out onto the streets tasked with constructing photos that will create a time capsule for future beings to look back at in wonder.  At the end of the day help create a collective artwork documenting the last days of our dying city. 

Dress to impress - costumes very welcome. Think Mad Max, 28 Days Later, Children of Men, or be a disaster survivor, intrepid explorer or mad scientist!

Prebooking essential. No photography expertise necessary.

Miss this at your peril!

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COMPETITION: 1x Team (you + 3 others) to attend Shoot Experience present Goodbye London at the Museum of London at 11.30 on Saturday, 9th October.

To claim your tickets, send an email to vienna@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ box. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: This genius adventure coincides with the exhibition 'London Futures' at the Mueum of London. Of the following future scenarios that may affect London as a result of Climate Change, which is the least likely to happen?

A: 1) Thames Barrier is breached, boosting the Water Taxi business .2) An influx of refugees build shanty towns .3) The Horse Guards Parade is no longer done on hoseback, but on camels .4) Scientists use a colossal tractor beam to transport the entire city of London to the Midlands

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