Night at the Living Museum

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Sunday 30 September , 1:00 pm – 2.00pm

Newcastle Museum Newcastle Museum, Workshop Way, Newcastle NSW, Australia
  • Family friendly
  • Performance

By Tantrum Youth Arts Trajectory Ensemble, in partnership with Newcastle Museum

You’re invited to a special unveiling of Newcastle Museum’s newest acquisition.

Join us for a tour of the museum after hours, re-discover the hidden stories and many mysteries locked within and use your wits to solve the riddles of the Museum – there is more to these stories than meets the eye. The Night of the Living Museum is an immersive experience that will entertain and test your brain.

The Newcastle Museum hopes to see you soon…

Bookings essential as there is a maximum of thirty audience members per show.  People under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Running time 60 minutes. Warnings: loud noises, flashing lights, theatrical darkness, comic supernatural themes.

Tickets are available here:

Trajectory Ensemble 2018

The Trajectory Ensemble is an annual program of professional development offered by Tantrum Youth Arts for emerging artists interested in process-driven performance making. Each year the ensemble works with a professional artist to create and present a daring, brand new contemporary performance work. In 2018, the Trajectory Ensemble worked with Brisbane-based theatremaking duo Lucas Stibbard and Neridah Waters of The Escapists.

The Ensemble are: Broc Hardy, Alexandra Jensen, Bonnie Killey, Thomas Lonsdale, Micaela Phillips, Alexandra Rose, and Liam Waterman.

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Newcastle Museum
Newcastle Museum, Workshop Way, Newcastle NSW, Australia

Newcastle Museum

Newcastle Museum, Workshop Way, Newcastle NSW, Australia

Newcastle Museum is an accessible venue with level entrance. Reserved parking and accessible bathrooms.  

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