The Museum of Brands

The Museum of Brands in Notting Hill in London has launched its Christmas party packages for this year.

Groups can choose between a Dinner and a Canape menu, which have both been devised by caterers, Mr Pig Stuff.

The festive dishes are said to be inspired by the brands in the museum’s collection, such as Tate & Lyle’s Golden Syrup glazed chipotle duck wings and Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut Vietnamese hand rolls on the Canape menu, and Twining’s fennel flower tea cured salmon with pickled radish, baby gem and brioche and Bassets Liquorice jus with braised beef cheek, potato puree and savoy cabbage on the Dinner menu.

As well as the food served up, the Museum of Brands’ Christmas package includes exclusive hire of the whole museum, a glass of prosecco on arrival, half a bottle of wine per head, admission to the museum’s Time Tunnel which features over 15,000 branded items from the Victorian era to the present day, and access to the museum’s The Graphics of Punk exhibition, which opens on 4th October for the first time.

The Graphics of Punk

The Graphics of Punk exhibition will look at the variety of graphic art that stemmed from an era of anti-establishment sentiment in the 1970s.

The Sex Pistols dominated the music of the punk movement and the record sleeves and posters that promoted their music will form a major part of this exhibition.

Graphics used by other music groups of the time, such as The Clash, The Buzzcocks and The Damned, as well as underground alternative magazines including Spare Rib and Oz magazine will also be displayed.

Museum of Brands

The Museum of Brands brings together a history of consumer culture together with over 15,000 original items, from Rimmel cosmetics from the 1890s to KitKats from the 1930s and a 1970s Chopper Bike on display.

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