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Twentieth Century Society celebrates the 70s

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The Twentieth Century Society is turning the clock back to the 1970s on 9-10 April with a star-studded line-up of speakers on the era at the Museum of London.

The conference, 'From Brutalism to Beanbags', beginning at 09.30 on both days, costs £20 or £10 for students and boasts key speakers such as Robert Maxwell on Modernism and Aftermath, Piers Gough on Glam Rock, and Sir Jack Zunz on the Sydney Opera House. Others include publisher Andreas Papadakis, English Heritage historian Elain Harwood, architects Terry Farrell, Jeremy Dixon and Edward Cullinan ('Looking back on the 70s - at 70') and Gavin Stamp - whose subject is 'Modernism to Fogeyism'. Ticket bookings and details are available from 0171 250 3857.

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