Postcards from Pilton: Inside the V&A's Glastonbury Festival archive

By Culture24 Reporter | 19 June 2014

A first look at the V&A's Glastonbury Archive

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Scrapbooks featuring Radiohead's Thom Yorke in full flow, portraits of hippies relaxing during the 1970s, views of the hallowed stages and posters harking back to the days when The Kinks headlined Britain's best-known music festival all feature in the Glastonbury Archive.

  • Selected highlights from the archive will be on display in the V&A's Theatre and Performance Galleries from March 2015 – January 2016.

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