£10 student tickets to see legendary Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq Articles

This is a unique chance to see Tagaq perform in an informal, intimate setting. 

Tanya Tagaq, who has worked with Bjork and won the Polaris Music Prize in 2014 will perform as the iconic silent film is projected simultaneously. Nanook of the North was released in 1922. It follows the lives of an Inuit family and while not without controversies, it has stood the test of time, being considered one of the best documentaries ever made.

The event takes place on Sunday 25 June at 7:30pm on the Great Map at the heart of the National Maritime Museum. Please note it is not a seated event - the audience is invited to sit on the floor or remain standing.

There is a special student ticket, priced at £10. 

For more details and to book tickets see the Royal Museums Greenwich website.