Fred Perry Glasgow – Share Your Youth!

Fred Perry Youth Culture

Saturday May 25th, 2024 10am-4pm (Talk 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.)

Fred Perry Shop,  Unit 1, 217 Ingram Street, Glasgow G1 1DQ


Museum of Youth Culture is  working to chronicle 100 years of Youth Culture with YOUR stories, photos, posters, ticket stubs, band tees and anything else you can think of – bring them in to be scanned and become part of the Museum’s archive.

Were you a Punk, Mod, Rocker, Raver, Emo, teen of the 00’s or have you got some great holiday, family or school pics?

It would be great to meet you and any of your members/friends/family/colleagues – and please spread the word!

Thanks and hope to see you in Glasgow!

About the Museum of Youth Culture

The Museum of Youth Culture is an emerging museum celebrating a century of teenage life in Britain.

Working to preserve this overlooked and untold history, the Museum champions the imact of youth culture on modern society and works to change pervasive narratives around young people. The museum works with young people to explore their experiences as teenagers today and envision what a future museum should look like.

Acknowledging that we were all young once, the Museum believes everyone has an important story to tell about their youth and invites the public to be part of the museum through the Grown up in Britain campaign. From the bomb-site Bicycle racers in post-war 1940s London, to the Acid House ravers of 1980s Northern England, the Museum of Youth Culture empowers the extraordinary everyday stories of growing up in Britain.

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