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Oxalis by Pam Miller, exhibition in the cafe gallery

The exhibition of water colours and oil paintings by Pam Miller will be at the Brunel Museum cafe gallery until March every day 10am – 5pm Artist Statement: “Nature and natural forms have always inspired me, and my reconnection with my own creativity began with walks along the shore of the river Thames around Rotherhithe, […]

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Lino prints and illustrations by Antonietta Torsiello

Antonietta Torsiello is a multi-discipline artist / printmaker based in London who also works with textiles. Since 2010 Antonietta has exhibited her art work with galleries and institutions including the OXO Tower, The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, The Prince’s Trust, University College London, Credit Suisse Bank, KPMG Bank and Transport for London. She won the […]

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Lino prints and illustrations by Antonietta Torsiello

Antonietta Torsiello is a multi-discipline artist / printmaker based in London who also works with textiles. Since 2010 Antonietta has exhibited her art work with galleries and institutions including the OXO Tower, The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, The Prince’s Trust, University College London, Credit Suisse Bank, KPMG Bank and Transport for London. She won the […]

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Modulus Quartet Launch Concert at Brunel Museum

Championing music by living composers, this is the official launch concert of Modulus Quartet. The concert will beheld in the Brunel Museum Grand Entrance Hall on the 14 July 2016, and will feature works by Terry Davies, Ash Madni, Richard Norris, Eliot Lloyd Short, Matthew Slater and a world premiere by Veera Lummi. Film-maker Diego Barraza and Video […]

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Pop Up Opera returns to the Museum with The Barber of Seville in June

Experience opera like you’ve never seen before, as the Pop Up Opera company takes to the Thames Tunnel stage again with this incredibly fast-paced comical farce in an adaptation of this much loved score. Witness razor-sharp timing as the ever resourceful barber, Figaro, tries to help the young Count Almaviva win the hand of the […]

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Liane Carroll, Sophie Bancroft & Sara Colman: Unleashed!

19th May Doors: 7pm Award winning vocalist Liane Carroll with Sophie Bancroft and Sara Colman. Established singer/songwriters in their own right, Liane, Sophie and Sara draw on their deep friendship and history of collaboration spanning over a decade to present a very special live show.

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Singer–songwriter Julie Mckee to perform in Thames Tunnel Shaft

Saturday 16 April Doors 7.30 Music 8pm Tickets: £15 available here London-based singer-songwriter Julie McKee plays a special concert in the secret underground chamber, showcasing songs from her album. It is the first time the grand piano has ever been played in the museum’s refurbished tunnel shaft. Backing by string quartet and joined by the illustrious […]

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Midnight Apothecary St Patrick’s Special

Join us once again for a celebration of both the Emerald Isle and the Spring Equinox. Saturday 19 March 5.30pm – 11pm (last orders 10pm) Tickets: £5 available here http://midnightapothecary.designmynight.com/

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