Join the Museum for candlelight storytelling, explore the darkened museum with torches, hunt for hidden night-time creatures, and create a puppet for your own storytelling.
Take a tour round St Ives as it gets dark and see the town in a different light. Learn about some of the darker things that may - or may not -have gone on in the past…
Pianist, composer and technologist Zubin Kanga has for some years been working with world-leading technology researchers to create the Cyborg Soloists project. A multimedia extravaganza, this unmissable season finale will incorporate roller-coaster visuals with themes ranging from the cult of Celtic river goddesses to the simplicity of wind in the trees.
Join us for this special New Music concert to celebrate 30 years of Psappha.
Tim Williams – percussion; Ben Powell – piano; Jennifer Langridge – cello; Conrad Marshall – flute
Join us for a New Music concert with piano duo Yshani Perinpanayagam and Katherine Tinker.
Join us for a New Music concert with soprano Juliet Fraser.
Join us for the first concert in our New Music 2021/22 series. Bastard Assignments and Kathryn Williams will be performing in the House.
Join us for our next in-person teachers evening exploring the new exhibition Sutapa Biswas: Lumen with artist Lucy Steggals.
Find out more about contemporary artists, test out creative responses and catch up with other teachers and the Kettle’s Yard team.
£5, booking required
The Fitzwilliam Museum will be opening its doors after-hours again on Thursday 25 November from 17.15 to 20.00.
There will be the opportunity to see the Museum’s new exhibition Gold of the Great Steppe, featuring hundreds of outstanding 2,700 year old gold artefacts recently discovered in the extraordinary ancient burial mounds of East Kazakhstan. And the theme of the exhibition will run through the Museum’s programme for the night with workshops (booking essential), special pop-up talks, tours and live music.
Join us for a late-night opening of Sutapa Biswas: Lumen at Kettle’s Yard. Explore the exhibition after hours, enjoy a drink and have fun.
Drawing on Sutapa Biswas’ collaborative practice, the evening will bring together a range of artists, organisers and creative practitioners to reflect on the themes that underpin her solo exhibition Sutapa Biswas: Lumen at Kettle’s Yard.