Join the Anaesthesia Heritage Centre for a celebration of the Museums at Night festival on Friday 26th October.
Tickets are £20 each (+booking fee) and can be purchased here: http://bit.ly/2OGUalP
This Heritage ‘Lates’ event will be about botanical medicine where visitors will learn about the powers of two potent South American botanicals; cinchona and curare.
The Heritage Centre will first host a lecture by Kim Walker who will talk about 19th century cinchona; the plant that gave us our favourite gin accompaniment. Dr. Ann Ferguson will present a lecture on the fascinating uses of curare in the Amazon and anaesthesia. Both speakers will bring specimens for guests to get up close and personal with.
There will be a themed drinks and food reception afterwards, as well as the opportunity to visit our museum and see a preview of our new exhibition on curare.
We are releasing a limited number of advance tickets, before releasing more tickets and the final event line-up in August.
Ticket price includes food and drinks at the reception.
Doors open 17:45pm. First lecture will begin at 18.15pm.
Tickets are non-refundable, however, if you purchase a ticket and you are then unabel to attend, please contact the Heritage Centre and let them know. If they are able to re-sell your ticket, a refund might be possible. This will be taken on a case by case basis.
For more information please contact the museum at firstname.lastname@example.org.