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Spiders – The Exhibition: After Dark — CANCELLED

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 — CANCELLED

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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UPDATE: MARCH 14, 2020 — Organisers have announced that the 2020 World Science Festival Brisbane will no longer go ahead "following advice from the Prime Minister on mass gatherings".

That includes all events at all venues — including Spiders – The Exhibition: After Dark. Ticket holders will receive a full refund.

To find out more about the status of COVID-19 in Australia and how to protect yourself, head to the Australian Government Department of Health's website.

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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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