The 'Behind NME Lines' exhibition will run from September 23 to October 23
London’s Royal Albert Hall is to host an exhibition celebrating NME’s music photography.
Opening on September 23, the ‘Behind NME Lines’ exhibition is a retrospective of iconic covers from our 62-year history, featuring some of the industry’s most renowned photographers including Dean Chalkley and Kevin Cummins, and profiling an array of music icons from Michael Jackson, The Beatles, Sex Pistols, The Who, Public Enemy and Amy Winehouse. The exhibition will run until October 23.
The exhibition can be viewed when attending performances at the venue or on the following free open days:
Saturday September 27, 10am–4pm
Saturday October 4, 10am–4pm
Saturday October 18, 10am–4pm
For more information and ticket details, visit the Royal Albert Hall website.