The London club begins its 20th anniversary celebrations with a free exhibit.
The multimedia exhibition is free of charge, and takes place weekdays until 9 PM from March 4th through April 1st. It will chronicle the London clubbing establishment's 20-year existence by way of photographic montages, commentary from DJs and promoters and installations by Martin Audio. Meanwhile, The Baby Box will screen two different short films tracing Ministry of Sound's path from an alcohol free venue in the early '90s to the global institution it is today. Visitors will also have the chance to play a track in the club's DJ booth, with full lights and smoke machines helping to recreate the experience of DJing there on a Saturday night.
The exhibit is just the first phase of Ministry of Sound's anniversary celebrations: it will be followed later this year by a 20-date international tour and a three-day birthday party in September, details of which are still TBA.