The Brunel Museum is more than just a museum. Boasting a geometric roof garden with stunning river views and a cavernous tunnel shaft, it is the perfect location to host a range of eclectic and unusual events during Totally Thames. From opera to theatre, cocktails to folk music, here's our round-up of all events you can can enjoy during September.
The Opera Box: The Oval Portrait & The Impresario
Thursday 7 & Friday 8 September
An evening featuring new opera including The Oval Portrait by Edward Lambert and a new English translation of Mozart’s The Impresario by Mark Burns.
The Midnight Apothecary
Fridays & Saturdays throughout September
Head to the hottest pop up cocktail bar in London at the Brunel Museum Roof Garden, made from herbs grown in the garden whilst you huddle round a bonfire roasting marshmallows.
The HandleBards: As You Like It
Tuesday 5 September
Join the Handlebards' - the world's first cycling theatre company- all female troupe perform As You Like It.
Anne Krinsky & Tom Pearman: Tide Line Thames
This installation merges Anne Krinsky's video footage of the river and its architecture with Tom Pearman's animations of faux tunneling forms, inspired by Brunel's Tunnel.
Confluence: Public Art & The Thames
Monday 11 September
A panel discussion with six artists who have made public works in response to the river.
Pop up opera present: Humperdinck’s ‘Hansel and Gretel’
Thursday 21 & Friday 22 September
Magical and dark, this is perhaps the most popular operatic fairy tale of them all.
27 degrees presents: Medusa
Wednesday 27 - Friday 30 September
Join 27 Degrees for this modern retelling of the Medusa story through intimate and sensory theatre, contemporary dance, shadow puppetry and sound installations.
Authentic Blue Concert
Sat 16 September
Vivid ensemble Authentic Blue perform a kaleidoscope of songs