Open Sessions: 1 pm – 3pm: Gibson Interactive Area
Open Sessions – Come on down to the British Music Experience where we will be hosting our Easter Open sessions. Whether you are a beginner or a pro get hands on in our Gibson Interactive Music Studio. Our Visitor Experience Musicians are on hand every day to have a jam or give tips and advice to get you started on your musical journey. All ages welcome.
Dougie’s Mini Music Makers: All day
We will be dedicating a space in our Gibson Brands Interactive Studio to under-fives. This Easter we have been inspired by the era of Skiffle music, instruments made out of everyday household objects. The section includes percussion, rhythm and Skiffle instruments so your tots can dance to the beat of their own rhythm.
Suitable for under fives
Family trail: All day
Come along to the British Music Experience and take part in our free Family Trail. Meet Dougie Floyd and his gang of musical mates, explore the exhibition following clues and completing puzzles along the way. Complete the Trail and receive a certificate making you a British Music Explorer.
Suitable for 4 -11-year olds
Get Crafty with Frankie Feathers: Make Your Own Sgt Pepper Puppet
Get crafty with Frankie Feathers this Easter and make your own Sgt Pepper Puppet. We’re celebrating The Beatles and their famous Sgt Pepper Album Cover. Pick your favourite Beatle and get colouring, cutting and sticking your way to your own puppet. Make sure to check out our cabinet dedicated to the Beatles and find out more about Beatlemania in the Fifties. Suitable for all ages
Star Café Challenge
Can you name all of the famous faces on the Sgt Peppers album cover? Just for fun, we're challenging all you Beatle enthusiasts. Come on down to the Star café, have a cake and coffee and put your Beatlemania skills to the test. Suitable for all ages
Film Night at the Museum: 11th April
Come and join us after hours this Easter for Film Night at the Museum where we will be showing the cult classic The Blues Brothers.
After his release from prison, Jake (John Belushi) reunites with his brother, Elwood (Dan Aykroyd), collectively known as the "Blues Brothers." Jake's first task is to save the orphanage the brothers grew up in from closing, by raising $5,000 to pay back taxes. The two are convinced they can earn the money by getting their old band back together. However, after playing several gigs and making a few enemies, including the police, the brothers face daunting odds to deliver the money on time.
Our Star Café will be serving cinema style snacks and drinks (including alcoholic beverages).
Doors at 6pm
2 hr 28 minutes
Film Start 6.30pm