National Maritime Museum – Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire & Revolution

National Maritime Museum

Centre Screen are delighted to working with the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich once again for a temporary exhibition: ‘Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire & Revolution’. We are producing a series of AV exhibits for the exhibition, which is set to run from November 2015 to March 2016. Telling the fascinating story of 17th century London through the eyes of one of its most famous witnesses, the films present some of the most significant events Pepys recorded in his diary and explore the atmosphere of the time. Audio guide content further allows visitors an insight in to the life and personality of the man himself through a series of diary excerpts.

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