Hooray! We’re kicking off 2019 with MORE MUSEUM-Y FUN!
We’ve got another incredible line up of top museum talent. Join us on Tuesday 22 January, downstairs at The Phoenix , where our brilliant performers will entertain, intrigue and amaze you. Doors open 6.45pm, show starts 7.30pm. Tickets are £7 (+ 70p booking fee), get one here: https://www.wegottickets.com/event/460633
Taking to the stage for this extravaganza of wit and wisdom, objects and exhibitions will be
Naomi Paxton – she acts, she does magic, she’s an expert on suffrage plays AND she’s your compere for the night! Find out more about our multi-talented MC here: http://www.naomipaxton.co.uk/
The Museum of British Colonialism – Introducing you to restorative history, history as verb, and a museum conspicuous by its absence.
Jack Shoulder and Mark Small – It’s museums and bums… bums in museums… that’s it!
Ellie Miles – Where are all the women? What can London Transport Museum do to represent the women that got, kept, and keep, London moving?
Corinne Harrison – 10 months as assistant curator in the National Portrait Gallery’s Archive and Library: disappointing people who’ve watched too much Cash in the Attic, helping people who think the NPG is Google for portraits, and the deep satisfaction of successful reattribution.
Claire Madge – Back in April 2018 over 30 people completed a Museum Marathon walking to over 26 London museums in one day raising money for Autism in Museums. But how much was raised? What did I spend the money on? Did I just have a nice holiday in the sun? Come and hear about a year spent making the most impact for Autism in Museums with your very kind donations.
Leah Fitzpatrick – What’s a badger? How do whales have sex? And why is the general public so obsessed with trying to eat so many animals? Join Learning Volunteer Leah as she talks about some of the funniest questions and answers she’s heard at the Natural History Museum.
Rachel MacKay – Have you ever thought “Wow, the Eurovision Song Contest is fantastic; but if only I could learn more about museum leadership by watching it”? Then this session is for you! Indulge yourself with a trip down memory lane as I decode the career enhancing tips of 80’s pop sensation Bucks Fizz.