Local | CULTURE NIGHT: Music, terror, museum hiking

By on April 13, 2016

CULTURE NIGHT Saturday, April 23, at 18-24.
Taiko drums, and experimental music performance at the East Asian Museum, terror ghost stories and the different faces at the Ethnographic Museum, walking through Egypt 7000 years long history of the Museum.

East Asian Museum
East Asian Museum opens the night with taiko drums in a powerful concert at the spectacular terrace. With Hino Tora Taiko, led by Andrew Hickman and dance group Zyka. Library books form the setting for the experimental music show Mori, which has its world premiere at Cultural night and is created by the Japanese artist duo indigo lily.

During the evening there is also walks among the museum’s famous collections and stories of stunning beauty, worthy of spirituality and bloody power struggle. Kikusen serves meals and snacks, and in the bar stands Flying Brewery.

Free entrance

Ethnographic Museum
Horror different faces – In Museiparken we charge for a terror-filled night with a lot of activities.

Ethnographic Museum offers two types of terror. The evening begins with a tour of the museum’s exhibits and a theater that deals with racism and the fear of being on the run. Later in the evening performed the Japanese ghost story Peony Lantern” in the dramatization of Henry Bronett etc.

Hang in Matmekka cozy restaurant, which is open throughout the evening.

Free entrance

the Mediterranean Museum
Join us on a walking tour through Egypt 7000 years long history and get to know the people of the Nile, discover ancient gods and heroes or learn more about the endangered world heritage Palmyra.
During the evening, you can dress like a pharaoh, write your name in hieroglyphs, see what is hidden in the mummy’s coffin and rest the legs with food & beverage in Baghdad cafe with a breathtaking view over the castle.

Free entrance

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