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At-a-glance listing of events at the Cambridge Museum of Technology
Robert Lloyd Parry, aka storyteller Nunkie, returns to the Cambridge Museum of Technology by popular demand for a dramatised reading of Dickens' classic ghost story...
As part of Cambridge History Festival 2017, Museum of Technology hosts a free family engineering activity (suitable for children 8 and over)
As part of Cambridge History Festival 2017, Berrak Gokay (formerly of Anglian Water) explains how Victorian engineering transformed the river Cam from an open sewer through the construction of the pumping station on Riverside (now the Cambridge Museum of Technology). Tickets: £8.50
As part of the Twilight at the Museums series, welcome to this museum mystery! Roam the museum in order to solve clues in code (of the old fashioned variety, not the computer type!). Track down the spy in your midst and stop the evil plan!
Wrap up warm and bring a torch for this free, family activity!
More information about Twilight at the Museums:
13 local museums and collections in Cambridge will be opening their doors for a variety of torch-lit and illuminated adventures on Wednesday 15th February 2017, 4.30pm-7.30pm
Robert Lloyd Parry, aka Nunkie Theatre, returns to Cambridge Museum of Technology to perform a dramatised reading of two sci-fi tales by H.G. Wells:
- The Crystal Egg
- Remarkable Case of Davidson's Eyes
Suitable for audiences 12+. Tickets £16 + booking fee in advance from Eventbrite.
HistoryWorks founder (Professor Helen Weinstein) and Cambridge Museum of Technology volunteer (Dr. Gordon Davies) will present at the Building Internet of Things conference in London.