Looking for some post-work fun this week? Why not head to one of London’s museums for a night out with a difference. Here are three of the best…
Science Museum explores bio-revolution, February 26 (Wed) 6.45pm-10pm
The South Kensington science pros are delving into ‘biomedical discovery’ and other medical related bits and pieces this Wednesday. There’ll be a chance to check out the new ‘Collider’ exhibition, rock out to live music, watch Punk Science comedy shows, take part in a pub quiz and flail at a silent disco. Take a look at sciencemuseum.org.uk for more info.
Open Mic Night in the Natural History Museum, February 28 (Fri) until 10.30pm
If you fancy going to an open mic night somewhere totally different, the Central Hall of the Natural History Museum could offer a pretty awesome change of scenery. The evening offers ten musicians a 15-minute set, so kick back and chill out with Dippy (the Diplodocus skeleton). For more info check out nhm.ac.uk
Hackney Wick Takeover at the V&A Museum, February 28 (Fri) 6.30pm-10pm
This Friday, the V&A Museum are celebrating another of London’s creative hubs by inviting in the artists, designers and cool kids from Hackney Wick for a night of music, architecture, art, design, drinks and more. V&A Lates is usually a great party, so expect the whole of east London to come west for the night. Visit vam.ac.uk for more info.