Book now for Free Nights Out at The Night Museum at the Museum of London

Book now for Free Nights Out at The Night Museum at the Museum of London

The Night Museum | Museum of London
29 Oct – 4 Nov | FREE

Enter the secret world of The Night Museum — an unmissable week-long exploration of the hidden, the illicit and the lost.

Coinciding with Museums at Night, join us in and around the Museum of London for a free after-dark mini-season of late-night parties, ghost clubs, dark electronica, dystopian visions, lost sounds, night voices, drinking dens, walks into darkness and mythical creatures of the night.

Events include:

The museum of lost sounds (29 October)

The museum of lost sounds explores the dark and lost borders of music, sound, art, and film in partnership with Illuminations Festival. The programme for the night includes live experimental music performances, DJs and light installations.

Installation by Yuri Suzuki, sound artist, designer and electronic musician © Yuri Suzuki.

London Whispers Installation by Yuri Suzuki, sound artist, designer and electronic musician © Yuri Suzuki.

The museum of dark places (2 November)

The Night Museum invites nocturnal visitors to accompany us on a journey of discovery into the dark heart of the city. The night includes a talk entitled ‘Dark City: London after the Apocalypse’, a listening tour and much more.

Musarc performance, On repetition © Yannis Katsaris

Musarc performance, On repetition
© Yannis Katsaris

The museum of last parties (4 November)

At the museum of last parties the end of the night is never quite reached. The bands play on, the dancers keep dancing, time has been called, but the bars are still serving. This is a celebration of night life in the capital with Carradyne’s Cockney Sing-a-Long, t-shirt printing and you could even meet the king of London nightlife Champagne Charlie.

© Kesara

© Kesara

Find out more and book for free online here!

Rupert Dannreuther

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I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.