By Rachel Smith, Curator of Social History & World Cultures
We have a diverse range of objects in our Social History collection, from the small yet significant, to the large and frivolous.
In the store we have a huge sign from JFK’s nightclub, now C103, Union Street. Some members of staff at the museum have informed me that this was the place to be (or at least the place that everybody was) in the late 1990s. For some reason these same members of staff seem reluctant to share their stories of nights out in Plymouth. Perhaps some of you would care to share your memories of going out to JFK’s. Clean stories only please, don’t forget your mother, or worse still your children, may read this!