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Museums at Night


Museums at Night

The Search for Immortality is the most important exhibition of ancient royal treasures ever to leave China. There are over 350 incredible artefacts on display in jade, gold, silver, bronze and ceramics, many over 2000 years old.

The Museum will be presenting a full evening of entertainment with music, workshops, trails and talks. Enjoy late-night shopping at the Museum shop as well as cocktails and food at the Courtyard Café.


Music -
Latin Jazz throughout the evening in the Courtyard with the James Brady Quartet

Folk, Jazz and pop by the main portico entrance:
18:00-18:55: Folk music with What the Folk!?
19:05-19.55: Dixieland Jazz with The Dixie Six
20:05-20:40: Folk and pop with guitarists Esperanda

Classical concert in Gallery 3, 20:00 - 20:50 - "Beauty, war, love; A programme of the defining works of 20th century English Song" Singer: Dominic Sedgwick, Pianist James Henshaw

Workshops and trails -
Paper Dragon and Dancer workshop in the Education Studio
Drawing with Light workshop in the Seminar Room
Museum quiz and Greek Olympic Trail in Gallery 21

Fri 18 May 2012 | 18:00 to 21:00