Barry Day, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a Trustee of the Noel Coward Foundation, who was awarded an O.B.E. in 2004 "for services to British culture in the United States,” describes life as an English child during World War II. His recollections consider the air raids and rationing, and how 78 rpm records and BBC Radio helped the British to stick together and 'muddle through.’
Museum Theater. Free with Museum admission. No RSVP required. Limited seating.