We left Kevin’s friend’s house a little prematurely, so we could get to the venue before Shaun and Kevin were due to arrive. The place looked incredible. We had only ever been in when it was open to the public for a standard museum visit, so it was great to see it all lit up!
The famous “Made In Sheffield” neon sign is one of the more famous parts of the museum. This was something Shaun and Kevin really wanted to incorporate into their images, so we got to work there and then, preparing for their arrival.
The Kelham Island Museum did a great job of combining the industrial heritage of Sheffield with Shaun and Kevin’s persona. The whole place was covered in hand-crafted bunting. Oversized fair ground letters lit up the main area and the Jazz band they had playing echoed through the entire building.