Fri 4 Oct
6.30 – 10pm
Join us on an around-the-world journey through the eyes of humans and animals and delight in an after-hours night of exploration and entertainment at RAMM Lates.
Enjoy listening to award-winning Irish folk singer Thomas McCarthy who will be telling stories of travelling through the art of song; as well as The Michael Sykes band with their unique sound of dirty blues.
Taste special wines from around the world with Susy Atkins, regular wine expert and presenter on BBC1’s flagship cookery show Saturday Kitchen, and learn about grapes and wine making techniques through time and cultures.
Join Collections Officer Holly Morgenroth in our Birds without Borders exhibition, exploring the incredible feats of migration some birds must achieve in order to survive and breed.
Challenge your friends to a game of Dutch Sjoelbak, African mancala, Chinese mah-jong, Roman tabula or ancient Egyptian senet and learn about the great migration of these fascinating games.
Discover creativity inspired by the migration of rocks with Stephen Thorpe and explore the work of Jo Salter, who having interpreted birds through colour and pattern almost to abstraction, has provided beautiful bird boxes for you to build.
Roar like a lion, leap like an antelope or flap your wings like a bird. Decide which animal you’d like to be from our selection of costumes and have your photo taken as a pack.
With performances by the Bulgarian Society Devon dance group, embossing with Double Elephant, migration soundscapes from resident DJ John and the chance to make your own marigold garland to take home to be enjoyed, our October RAMM Lates is not to be missed.
Don’t forget there is also a bar on the evening and the café is open for you to grab a bite to eat.
Over 18s only.
RAMM Lates are supported by the RAMM Development Trust.