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3 October 2006

Exhibition and book

Exhibition and book

To mark the launch of Pet Shop Boys Catalogue, the lavish new book published by Thames & Hudson that brings together all Pet Shop Boys’ artwork, videos, stage productions and other visual material from 1984 to 2004, the National Portrait Gallery will be presenting a small exhibition of photographs in their Bookshop Gallery.

This display, running from October 30th until February 28th, will focus on their early collaboration with Eric Watson and also include work by other star photographers such as Pennie Smith and Andy Earl. 

Pet Shop Boys Catalogue will be published on October 16th in the UK, USA and Germany (in German). Book-signings are planned for New York (this month) and London (in December).

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19 July 2024

Thanks to everyone who came to the “Dreamworld” shows in Prague, Warsaw, Berlin, Barcelona and Pori, Pet Shop Boys had a wonderful time with you all! Next week they return to London for five consecutive shows at the Royal Opera House.

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