Pink Floyd exhibition Their Mortal Remains to open in Madrid

Following successful runs in London, Rome and Dortmund

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Following its successful debut at London’s V&A museum and subsequent runs in Rome and Dortmund, Pink Floyd exhibition Their Mortal Remains will open in Madrid on May 10, until September 15.

A collaboration between Pink Floyd, Aubrey ‘Po’ Powell and stage designers Stufish, the exhibition features over 350 artefacts collected over the band’s career, many unseen before the exhibition, including hand-written lyrics, musical instruments, letters, original artwork and stage props. High-tech audiovisual features contribute to an immersive journey through the world of Pink Floyd.

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Their Mortal Remains
is showing at Madrid’s IFEMA (the Trade Fair Institution of Spain). Admission is €9.90 – €19.90 EUR (plus fees), with the audioguide included in the price. For full details, visit the exhibition’s official site.

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