‘Top Of The Pops’ exhibition set to open at V&A museum

Rolling Stones, Hendrix and Dylan photos will be on display

A new exhibition is to open at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum celebrating the work of Top of the Pops photographer Harry Goodwin.

Goodwin was the BBC music show’s resident photographer from the show’s beginning in 1964 until 1973, during which time he shot a host of iconic ’60s and ’70s musicians, including The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan.

Around 200 of his photographs have been assembled in the museum’s Theatre And Performance gallery and will be on display until October 24.


There is free admission to both the museum and the exhibition, which starts on Friday (April 30).


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