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British Music Experience @ O2 Arena - £1.00 entry (1st - 7th Feb ONLY)

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ENTER CODE 262244 at SeeFilmFirst To celebrate the first birthday of the British Music Experience, at the O2 Arena, See Film First members can gain entry for just £1 (USUALLY £15). This exclusive o… Read More
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ENTER CODE 262244 at SeeFilmFirst

To celebrate the first birthday of the British Music Experience, at the O2 Arena, See Film First members can gain entry for just £1 (USUALLY £15). This exclusive opportunity will run from Monday 1st of February until Sunday 7th Feburary - inclusive!

WE AT SEEFILMFIRST LOVE THIS EVENT....

OMG - its fantastic... there are really serious and educational elements but also there is Karaoke and lessons from the Xfactor trainer, theres dance booths and you can record your dance and send it to yourself.

Whether you are a big music fan, a teacher looking for stuff to teach kids or just want to have a great few hours - adults or children - we cant recommend this event highly enough!!!

You can check it out here http://www.britishmusicexperience.com - but trust us, its fantastic!

HOW IT WORKS:
Its a bit different on this one so please read carefully before you download tickets.

Everyone going needs a Seefilmfirst Voucher (no admit 2 etc).

With this voucher you can buy one entrance ticket for £1.

So you need to work out which day you want to go, and not just download your own ticket, but also get the friends you want to go with to download their ticket - maybe make an event of it on your facebook site so you can all plan it together?

(There are plenty available to us so you dont need to rush, we have a really good allocation as the lovely people at BME are really keen to get Seefilmfirst members into the BME because they know how much you talk about the events and recommend them to your friends!)

The dates are: Monday 1st, Tuesday 2nd, Wednesday 3rd, Thursday 4th, Friday 5th, Saturday 6th or Sunday 7th February.

Its next to the Michael Jackson exhibition in the O2 Centre and you redeem your voucher there. Opens at 11am and last entry is 6.30pm.

More information on the show below, but if you have chosen your day and arranged with friends, download ticket here:
http://www.seefilmfirst.com/pin/262244

Note: Not valid in conjunction with any other offer or promotion. Entry is for the next available timeslot and subject to capacity. Offer valid until the 7 February 2010. Last entry time is 6.30pm. Only one British Music Experience ticket will be issued per voucher and this cannot be exchanged against any other product or service within The O2.

About the Event!
Since its official opening in March 2009 by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, the critically acclaimed British Music Experience has welcomed tens of thousands of visitors through its doors who have enjoyed the ultimate trip through the history of British rock and pop.
The last year has seen the British Music Experience host exclusive gigs from Bon Jovi, Jamie Cullum and Jeff Beck, unique workshops and masterclasses in collaboration with some the music industry's finest and most respected figures, and held a series of temporary exhibitions including the display of Andy Warhol's 1984

About the British Music Experience
The British Music Experience is administered as a charitable foundation and managed by an independent board of trustees, chaired by Harvey Goldsmith.
In March 2009 the British Music Experience (BME), a permanent, high-tech, interactive music exhibition opened within the world's most popular music venue, The O2. The BME takes over the 22,000 square feet on the top floor of The O2 bubble, The O2's state of the art exhibition space. A combination of cutting edge audio-visual technology and the most coveted music memorabilia of all time has culminated in the creation of one of Britain's most compelling attractions.
The British Music Experience enables visitors to trace musical trends through the decades, learn about music's influence on art, fashion and politics and allow visitors to download music from the BME archive. For the genuine musical experience members of the public can visit the Gibson Interactive Studio, a fully integrated space within the BME where they can play various Gibson guitars, Slingerland Drums, pianos, mixing desks and have a go on in the Sennheiser Vocal Booth. There is also a full public and educational programme with workshops, lectures, master-classes and concerts.
Hundreds of artists feature in the exhibition from The Beatles to Iron Maiden, from Cilla Black to Elastica, from David Bowie to Motorhead with in depth looks at musical genres from Skiffle to Reggae, from Rock n Roll to Blues, from Punk to Urban.
The British Music Experience uses RFID technology throughout the exhibition. Traditional tickets are replaced by a Smarticket which allows visitors to activate the interactive elements of the exhibition and also to register further interest in specific BME features. Visitors can then visit http://www.britishmusicexperience.com to access free downloads and discover more about the parts of the exhibition they want to learn more about.
Although predominantly an interactive exhibition there are key pieces of British music memorabilia featured including David Bowie's Ashes to Ashes clown suit and Ziggy Stardust costume, Noel Gallagher's Union Jack guitar, Roger Daltrey's Woodstock outfit and a vintage Amy Winehouse dress.
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Not the kind of thing for me...not sure who would be paying £15/ticket in the first place to go though
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Looks pretty interesting

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