Piano In The Brunel Museum Shaft

  • Piano In The Shaft | Sunday 14h October, 7.30pm. The Thames Tunnel, Brunel Museum, Rotherhithe, SE16 4LF

Piano In The Brunel Museum Shaft, a special even with Jazz and blues pianist TIM RICHARDS who teams up with freelance cheesemonger NED PALMER for an evening of music and cheese in the unlikely setting of Brunel’s shaft for the Rotherhithe Tunnel – the world’s first underwater railway tunnel.

The evening will include performances from both on a variety of instruments, including the shaft’s very own grand piano, and a couple of Tim’s short films will be projected.

  £20 / Tickets available here
Piano In The Brunel Museum Shaft

Ticket price includes a free glass of wine in the interval, three cheeses, biscuits and chutney.

The unique acoustic of this special venue will definitely make this an evening to remember.

The Brunel Museum Thames Shaft

The Thames Tunnel, was when it was first opened in 1843, known as the eighth wonder of the world. In this time, the Brunels did not just build bridges and tunnels, they organised concert parties, dance events, underwater banquets. This venue has got wonderful acoustics for chamber music performances, and after recent renovations, public access is greatly improved, and it is quickly becoming a highly sought after location for concerts.

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