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Jewry Wall offers a night at the museum

Published on Tuesday, May 9, 2017

LEICESTER’S Jewry Wall Museum will open its doors for an evening of poetry next week, with readings from some of the nation’s favourite poets.

Those attending the event will be able to enjoy the works of poets including Browning, Kipling, Longfellow and Tennyson, together with a selection of soft drinks, wine and cheese.

‘To Catch a Binding Tale - An Evening of Narrative Poetry, Cheese and Wine’ takes place at the Jewry Wall Museum on Saturday 20 May from 7.30pm–10pm. Doors open at 7pm.

Tickets are priced at £10 and include a glass of wine or soft drink, cheese and crackers. A bar will also be available. To book your tickets, call (0116) 225 4971.

The special event is part of the national 'Museums at Night' initiative – a twice-yearly festival of late openings, sleepovers and special events taking place in museums, galleries, libraries, archive and heritage sites all over the UK.