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Spiders – The Exhibition: After Dark

Drinks, demonstrations, music, science and more than 200 spider specimens, all during a night at the museum.
By Sarah Ward
February 10, 2020
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Spiders – The Exhibition: After Dark

Drinks, demonstrations, music, science and more than 200 spider specimens, all during a night at the museum.
By Sarah Ward
February 10, 2020
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Come Friday, March 27, it's time for a night at the museum — but you won't find Ben Stiller roaming the halls here. Rather, given what'll be on display at Queensland Museum at the time, the revelry will feel a little but creepy.

Walking, talking, drinking and partying while surrounded by more than 200 spider specimens is on the agenda at QM's latest adults-only After Dark shindig, which is all about arachnids as part of the museum's Spiders — The Exhibition showcase. Taking place during this year's World Science Festival Brisbane, there'll be music, drinks and demonstrations — plus attendees will get free reign, peering not only at the eponymous critters, but also feasting your eyes on the rest of the joint's displays.

Image: Robert Whyte.

You'll be knocking back beverages, spying 12 live spider species, thinking about phobias and just generally pondering crawling critters. A word of warning: these shindigs often sell out so you'll want to nab a $25 ticket quickly.

Top image: Queensland Museum.

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