Do you remember preparing for your first Notting Hill Carnival? Were your Saturdays spent at the cinemas in Kilburn? Did you race past the Ace Cafe at 100 miles per hour?
A new exhibition by the Museum of Youth Culture delves into the everyday memories of being young in Brent, told through photographs, stories and objects submitted by the public. Collected during a national lockdown, in the midst of a pandemic, these memories chronicle the highs and lows of teen life from the baby boomers to the class of COVID-19. The exhibition explores the social history of Brent through the estates we live on, the histories of our parents and grandparents, and the scenes and sounds that defined our youth.
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