National Royal Navy Museum HMS M.33

National Royal Navy Museum HMS M.33

We are currently working on a project for the National Royal Navy Museum in Portsmouth, ‘Commemorating Gallipoli – HMS M.33’. The project aims to explore the Gallipoli Campaign- one of WWI’s lesser known theatres of war and the role of HMS M.33, a significant and rare surviving naval vessel, now restored and listed as part of the National Historic Fleet. We are privileged to be working alongside the client and designers Petrichor to create a number of exhibits which will explore the working lives of the crew that served on this ship during this campaign. Our exhibits include a series of AVs and an immersive audio visual experience telling the story of HMS M.33 and her role in the Gallipoli and Dvina River campaigns.

You can read more about the National Royal Navy Museum and the M.33 project on their website, here.

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