Re-hash your favourite children’s TV gameshows of the 80s and 90s for a nostalgic evening of live, interactive and participatory games.
Collaborating with some of Bristol’s best performing artists, Mufti Games guarantee you a Waca-night that will be a whole lot of fun.
Bring your A-game because you’ll be pitted against each other in a series of games and challenges, ranging from the physical (It’s A Knockout) and messy (Funhouse and Crackerjack) to the terrifying (Dark Knight) and downright silly (Mallet’s Mallet).
Expect twisted puppetry, eclectic sounds and off-beat humour as The Smoking Puppet Cabaret perform ‘Blue Blue Peter’ – a puppet pastiche of the game-changing children’s TV show.
We’ll also be joined by Cartoon Network music writer, Simon Panrucker and performance artist Katie Storer for a very odd version of Funhouse that premiered in Shangri-la at Glastonbury this year.
Hosted by two legendary fictional children’s TV presenters, Here’s One We Made Earlier gives you the chance to fulfill all your childhood dreams.
Running the risk of being more entertaining than a night in the broom cupboard and as charged as that time Gordon the Gopher was set upon by a terrier.
With prizes to be won, why don’t you come on down for a lively night at the museum?
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Concessions are available with proof of identity for students, people over 60, ES40 holders, disabled people (carers free) and Friends of Bristol Museum & Art Gallery.