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The Manchester Museum's ebulletin for adults

11 Sep 2009

What's on in September 2009

Welcome to The Manchester Museum's September ebulletin for adults.

A Darwin Extravaganza has now been launched! Find out about Charles Darwin's life and work, the theory of evolution and science since Charles Darwin. Come and explore how science works, the difference between faith and fact, and how Darwin's work has been used and abused.

This month why not take a look at our new exhibition In Darwin's Footsteps, which explores South American landscapes and wildlife which Darwin saw. Keep an eye out for our events and talks linked to the exhibitions.

We hope to see you soon!
Ros Helliwell, The Manchester Museum

The Manchester Museum is open daily:

  • Tuesday-Saturday: 10am-5pm
  • Sunday, Monday and Bank Holidays: 11am-4pm

The Evolutionist: A Darwin Extravaganza
launching new exhibitions
 
In Darwin's Footsteps - Now open
A photographic installation of South American landscapes and wildlife which Darwin saw on his travels, by local photographer Ben Hall.

Charles Darwin: evolution of a scientist - Opening 3 October
Discover who Charles Darwin was and the impact of his work in our temporary exhibition, Charles Darwin: evolution of a scientist, showcasing fantastic objects - some collected by Darwin himself - and illustrated in a graphic novel style.

Keep an eye out for related talks and events.

Poetic Inspirations
Thursday 17 september, 6.30pm-8pm

An evening of poetry reading inspired by the Museum's collection.
Book on 0161 275 2648, Free, Adults

Egypt in its African context
 
Why not join the following events discussing Egypt in it African context?

Egypt in its African context
Sunday 4 October, 11am-1pm
Discussion with speakers from the Egypt in its African Context conference.
Book on 0161 275 2648, Free

Nubian Spirit, The African Legacy of the Nile Valley
Sunday 4 October, 1.45-4pm
Film Screening and Q&A with director, Louis Buckley.
Book on 0161 275 2648, £3

Further Afield

Camerata Cocktails at the Cornerhouse '2-4-1' Offer
Friday 9 October

Two of the city's key cultural institutions come together to offer you a unique evening of music, food and cocktails.

Fresh from the BBC Proms and Manchester International Festival, Manchester Camerata, Manchester's critically acclaimed classical chamber orchestra performs 'Legends' live at The Bridgewater Hall on Friday 9th October. Tickets are still available. To compliment this fantastic evening of live music and to launch of The Cafebar’s (Cornerhouse) new menu (full of tasty, freshly cooked delights!), we will be offering Camerata concert ticket holders ‘2-4-1’ on a specially designed cocktail, exclusively available on 9 October, from 6pm 'til late. So book your tickets and join us for food, music and cocktails!

Ring The Bridgewater Hall Box Office on 0161 907 9000 or visit www.bridgewater-hall.co.uk

For more information, visit:

 
We look forward to seeing you soon

The Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL