Pitt Rivers Museum ‘AfterHours’ Film Screenings Preview

Pitt Rivers Museum presents ‘AfterHours
Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PW

AfterHours evenings offer interactive encounters with the collections. Each with its own unique theme, AfterHours presents the chance to explore the galleries – with friends or independently – over a drink from our cash bar and in a child free environment.

Expect interesting collaborations, live performances, music, object handling, talks, tours and taster-workshops.

Meet My World:
Peruvian ‘Edible’ Cinema!
Friday 10 July, 19.00 start (£12)

Book Tickets

Join us for an intimate evening of unique short films, created by Quechua children living in the Andes, and brought to life by directors of Amantani children’s charity and world-renowned archaeologist and broadcaster, Dr. Jago Cooper (British Museum). Explore Peruvian objects on display in the Museum while sipping a beer or cocktail! Tickets include Peruvian snacks and a drink, and proceeds from the evening will support Amantani’s work in the Andean region.

What to Expect: short films created and presented by indigenous children living in the Andes of Peru; inspiring talks from Dr Jago Cooper and Amantani; delicious Peruvian food thanks to ‘From Peru to You’

Cult Screens: Cinema at the Museum
Saturday 12 & Sunday 13 September, 19.00

Book Tickets

Enjoy a late summer weekend of film on the Museums’ lawn. We’ve teamed up with Cult Screens to bring you an 80s classic and a recent hit that complement different aspects of the Museum’s personality. On Saturday we screen Labyrinth (1986), following David Bowie and a host of Jim Henson creations through an eccentric fantasy world. On Sunday, we screen The Imitation Game (2014), a historical thriller exploring the life of master problem-solver, Alan Turing.

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