Incredible photos uncover the hidden side of London's nightlife…from the glittering club scene to its dark underbelly

Eerie images of the capital's hot spots are going on display at the Museum of London later this month.

The "London Nights" exhibition will run from 11 May – 11 November 2018 at the venue located in the centre of The City.

According to the organisers the pictures "use a unique fusion of historical, conceptual and contemporary imagery."

"Nocturnal London" is explored in all its forms from the evening commute, to the glittering club scene and the cities dark underbelly.

The photography reflects every corner of London life from the brightly lit centre to the outskirts of town.

A book to accompany the exhibition will also be released.

Split into three sections to reflect the different sides of London’s nocturnal character, the book contains essays by Museum of London’s Curator of Photographs, Anna Sparham and poetry by award-winning poet and playwright Inua Ellams.

It also features over 100 images from the exhibition that span the genres of architectural, documentary and portrait photography.


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