Vi aspetto dalle 6:30 alle 6:45 vicino al ticket desk del Rich Mix cinema. Se volete poi potremo chiacchierare e bere qualcosa dopo l'evento.
I will wait for you from 6:30 to 6:45 next to the Rich Mix cinema ticket desk. After the event we can have a drink and a chat together, if you wish.
NB Solo gente con biglietto sara' confermata per questo meetup / Only people with a ticket will be confirmed to this meetup
Questo meetup NON e' per la mostra 'Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum' al British Museum, bensi' per l'evento live trasmesso dal British Museum che ci permettera' di capire di piu' degli artefatti esposti alla mostra.
L'evento sara' trasmesso martedi' 18 giugno alle 7pm, in vari cinema e ho scelto il Rich Mix, E1 6LA per noi del meetup.
Dovreste prenotare i vostri biglietti al piu' presto e indicarlo nella rsvp, visto che solo chi ha comprato il biglietto sara' confermato per questo meetup, che e' a posti limitati.
Per maggiori info e biglietti cliccare qui. Il mio posto e' F6.
Please note that this meetup is NOT for the exhibition 'Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum' at the British Musuem, but rather for the live event broadcasted from the British Museum which will shed some light on the objects in the exhibition itself.
This event will be broadcasted live on Tuesday 18 June at 7pm in various cinemas, but I have chosen the Rich Mix, E1 6LA for a meetup.
Please book your own tickets asap and state that in your rsvp, as only members with a ticket will be confirmed to this meetup which will be of limited number.
For more info & tickets, click here. My seat is F6.
Live Broadcast of Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum introduced by British Museum.
A world first
This is the first live cinema event produced by the British Museum from a major exhibition and will offer an exclusive private view of the blockbuster show Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum. Introduced by British Museum Director Neil MacGregor and a lead live presenter (TBA), the show will take cinema audiences around the exhibition in the company of renowned experts and practitioners. It will be accompanied by music, poetry and eyewitness accounts which will bring to life extraordinary objects that have never before been seen in London.
This is the first exhibition ever to be held on the subject of Pompeii at the Museum and the first in London for over 20 years. It will focus on the homes and lives of the inhabitants of the thriving industrial hub of Pompeii and the small seaside town of Herculaneum nearly 2,000 years ago.
Viewers will be taken along a Roman street and into a house with atrium entrance, bedroom, kitchen, dining room, sitting room and garden. Exhibition Curator Paul Roberts, alongside Mary Beard and Giorgio Locatelli amongst others (TBA for each segment) will accompany viewers as they are taken up close to the famous casts of those caught in the explosive heat of the volcano. They will gain a vital insight into the daily lives of Romans through a unique selection of objects: jewellery, clothes, sculpture, mosaics, a jar for growing dormice (a rare Roman delicacy) and even an intact loaf of bread with the baker's stamp still visible. The carbonised skeleton of a baby’s charred fragility. Throughout the exhibition, interviews will be cut with pre-edited films shot in Italy – showing Pompeii, Herculaneum and the sleeping Vesuvius.
Running time approx 80mins