When the Lamps Went out: Life on Tyneside during the First World War

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We're very pleased to be one of the venues for the upcoming Decoded 1914-18 project. It's a two week programme of audiovisual installations and performances reflecting on life, loss and invention in the area during the First World War. 16-28 February 2015.

See www.decoded1914.org.uk for more info. #decoded1914 #worlife1914

Reflections on life, loss and invention in Tyne & Wear 1914-18
www.decoded1914.org.uk
Decoded 1914-18 is a two-week programme of AV installations and events that explores the First World War and its effect on those living in Tyne & Wear.

12:01pm 28 Jan 2015

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