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Imagine London on the brink of apocalypse. What would you save? What would you miss? Taking inspiration from films such as Mad Max, 28 Days Later and Children of Men, the Shoot Experience crew are bringing their own special brand of adventure, ingenuity and interactivity to the Museum of London for a full day of photographic fun on Saturday 9 October.
It's all to celebrate the opening of London Futures at the Museum with digitally transformed images of our capital imagined for the future. Tapping into the terrifyingly rich seam of armageddon caused by global warming they're showing 28 Days Later for free this Sunday afternoon to get you in a darkly creative mood for 'Goodbye London' the following weekend.
Your team will be sent out on the streets tasked with capturing London's dying moments. At the end of the day you'll see your photos projected in the Museum of London and contribute to a brand new art installation, curated by multi-media artist Fabio Lattanzi Antinori. You are encouraged to come dressed as survivors, intrepid explorers or mad scientists. Dig out the zombie get up, why don't you? It's practically Halloween again.
Interested? You can win a free team at the event. Just stick your details in the form below. A winner will be picked at random at 5pm tomorrow.Goodbye London takes place on Saturday 9th October at Museum of London, London Wall, EC2Y 5HN between 11:30am - 6pm. Tickets are £12 per person (£8 conc) for teams of 2-6 people. For all the info and how to book visit Shoot Experience's website.