Ministry Of Sound in London is not only a globally famous nightclub. It is the world’s largest independent record label and a multimedia entertainment business.
In 2011 Ministry is celebrating 20 years since launching on 21 September 1991.
A range of events are planned around this milestone including an exhibition which opens on Friday 4 March.
This free daytime exhibition and interactive multimedia experience explores the evolution of dance music and culture over the past 20 years. It showcases a unique archive of photography including a year by year montage of iconic images.
The exhibition also highlights Ministry Of Sound’s position as one of the leading pioneers of audio technology with a multimedia installation in the main room of the club which features a range of artifact displays and a 5.5 metre LED wall.
Each Thursday night there will be the chance to play a track on the club’s sound system and experience what it is like to stand in the legendary dj booth in the shoes of Armin van Buuren, David Guetta and Paul Oakenfold.
The exhibition will also feature a year by year audio timeline offering visitors the chance to listen to some of the tracks which have defined the last 20 years.
This is a unique event and a must see for anyone interested in clubbing and the evolution of dance music.