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    @hibs.net private member The Modfather's Avatar
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    Rip It Up Exhibition - National Museum

    Just been, itís excellent. Really well done. Anyone else been/planning on going?

    I didnít know Dougie Vipond was the drummer in Deacon Blue, I thought he was just a presenter 😂
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    It's on my list. But it's on until November, so plenty time.



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    Quote Originally Posted by The Modfather View Post
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    I didnít know Dougie Vipond was the drummer in Deacon Blue, I thought he was just a presenter ��
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    It is in the National Museum of Scotland in Chambers Street. I have no intention of going to the natural history museum which is in London.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Golden Fleece View Post
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    It is in the National Museum of Scotland in Chambers Street. I have no intention of going to the natural history museum which is in London.
    Canít seem to edit the title but the national museum on Chambers Street, yes.

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    Hope to go next time home.

    National museum of Scotland
    Scottish pop exhibition

    When
    22 Jun - 25 Nov 2018

    Where
    Exhibition Gallery 1, Level 3

    How much
    Members: free
    Adult: £10
    Concession:* £8
    Child (12Ė15): £7 (under 12s free)
    National Art Pass holders: 50% discount

    * 60+, students with valid NUS or Young Scot card, unemployed with ID, disabled people. Carers of disabled people free.

    All tickets include a discretionary donation. If you do not wish to make a charitable donation the admission prices are: Adult £9, Concession £7.20, Child £6.30. Tickets are subject to a transaction booking fee and postal costs.

    Booking information
    Book tickets in person, by calling 0300 123 6789 or book online.
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