RBS Museum Late: A Night in Wonderland
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After two enormously successful events, the Museum once again opens its doors after hours to offer live music from Discopolis and Django Django, installations, activities, roaming creations and pop-up surprises inspired by the weird and wonderful from the collections.
Join us after hours when our spectacular galleries are transformed into a magical chill-out zone. Live performances, cutting edge fashion, see our treasures in a new light - it's a hot ticket.
Our third RBS Museum Late invites you into a magical evening wonderland of music and imagination. Coinciding with the nationwide Museums at Night programme, A Night in Wonderland promises cutting edge contemporary Scottish music from Django Django and Discopolis. Meanwhile, the Museum will be taken over by installations, roaming creations and pop-up surprises inspired by the weird and wonderful elements from the collections of National Museums Scotland.
Please note for this event you must have a ticket to get in – an email confirmation is not sufficient. Tickets will be posted out to everyone who books.
Booking: You can book your tickets online, by calling 0300 123 4567, or in person at the Museum Information Desk. Booking and postage fees apply to online and telephone bookings.
And if you can't wait until May, you can enjoy our video from Night of the Mummy below.
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We have no details of upcoming performances.
Reviews & features
Eye o’ the Dug - St Andrews, Sat 14 & Sun 15 Apr 201227 Apr 2012
Fantastic bill featuring Django Django, Malcolm Middleton and more
They may have quadrupled the size of their show, and conscripted beefcakes to man the doors, but the spirit of Fence chiefly prevailed at the inaugural Eye O’ The Dug – a musical hoopla which (kind of) filled a Homegame-shaped hole in the calendar (and…
Django Django's Tommy Grace looks forward to Stag & Dagger and RBS Museum Lates gigs23 Apr 2012
Glasgow city festival Stag & Dagger returns in a lower-key format than usual this May, but there’s abundant quality nevertheless, from Death Grips to White Denim, the Phantom Band and Bear in Heaven. And Django Django, whose uncategorisable distillation…