Live illustration, colourful music and storytelling will come together in the inspiring surroundings of the Kettle’s Yard house in this magical family concert from author and illustrator James Mayhew and Britten Sinfonia.
Our neighbours at the Museum of Cambridge will also be open late for Twilight on 23 February. Why not combine this 30-minute concert at Kettle’s Yard with a visit next door?
This event is for families and is particularly aimed at children aged 7 – 11 years and their families.
Please note that the café, shop and galleries will be closed.
The concerts at 5.30 and 6.30 are the same, please only book for one concert.
For conservation reasons and care of artworks in the house, coats and bags of all sizes must be checked in at our cloakroom. No food or drink may be taken into the house. Pushchairs and buggies must be parked in our buggy-park.
This event is kindly supported by the Friends of Kettle’s Yard.
About Twilight with the Museums
19 – 25 February 2024
This February half-term, local museums and collections are opening their doors for a series of free or low-cost, drop-in adventures and activities after dark. So, dress up warm, pack your torch and get ready for discovery.
Organised by the University of Cambridge Museums, ‘Twilight’ is a popular after-hours event for families where museums and collections across the city open their doors for after-hours fun. With bookable and drop-in activities and trails across the venues, there is plenty to enjoy.
Discover theatre performances, special lighting, darkened galleries, ‘dream cloud’ weaving and a range of hands-on activities to try.
Visit the website: https://www.museums.cam.ac.uk/theme/twilight
For sneak previews of what’s in store and to receive access to the programme once its launched, sign-up to the Twilight newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/museums/twilight