Museums at night: Depicting ghosts
Spend an evening exploring the depiction of ghosts within the theatrical world. There will be a short lecture on ghosts in theatre, a chance to view some of the Theatre Collection’s unique archives, and an opportunity to discover how ghostly theatrical effects were created.
Speaker Dr Catherine Hindson, Department of Drama: Theatre, Film, Television
If your preferred time is fully booked, you can add your name to the waiting list at
Museums at night
This year, the Theatre Collection, the Earth Sciences Collection, Special Collections and the Botanic Garden are taking part in Museums at Night, an annual UK-wide festival that celebrates the arts, culture and heritage.
From the 16 -18 May 2013 hundreds of museums, galleries and heritage sites across the UK will be opening their doors after hours for special evening events. The University collections have prepared some exciting events for those days, involving ghosts, glowing stones, hidden life in plants and diverse treasures.
Events at the Theatre Collection and the Special Collections require advance booking. Please select your desired event and time when booking.
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