During the Fringe, the National Library of Scotland ran a video and music installation that set some of the key events and changes of the decade to a 1980s soundtrack (think Kraftwerk and OMD).
Back by popular demand for a single showing, this thought provoking film will take you through the 1980s in 50 minutes. A great event for families, friends, and Christmas outings.
Tickets are free but please book via Eventbrite here.
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