19 May 2007. The exhibition halls of the Oxford Museum of Natural History and the Pitt Rivers Museum of anthropology and world archaeology are the setting for a late-night event involving low lighting and live music performances. Organised in association with the Bate Collection of musical instruments, highlights of the evening include masked dances by monks from the Tashi Lhunpo monastery in Tibet, gamelan and kora players and a variety of hands-on activities inspired by the museum collections. The 1933 film

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Address The entrance to the Pitt Rivers Museum is through the Oxford University Museum Natural History (OUMNH) on Parks Road, Oxford. Tel. +44 01865 270927 prm@prm.ox.ac.uk

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Night performances at Oxford’s museums.

The entrance to the Pitt Rivers Museum is through the Oxford University Museum Natural History (OUMNH) on Parks Road, Oxford. Tel. +44 01865 270927 prm@prm.ox.ac.uk