January Late
Friday 31 January from 6pm

We have partnered up with travel platform Culture Trip to host a very special January Late celebrating the history and mystery of Tutankhamun and the British Egyptologist Howard Carter


With Culture Trip’s Cassam Looch (Beyond Hollywood) as MC and tunes from Soho Radio, this pub quiz with a twist will take you on a fun adventure through Egypt old and new.


Team up with friends or test your solo skills for the chance to win your own ‘treasures’.


To take part in the quiz you need to have a Culture Trip: Night Quiz ticket. The ticket includes access to the exhibition.


CLICK HERE to book Culture Trip: Night Quiz tickets


You must be 18 years or older to attend this event.


6pm exhibition entry.
7pm-8.30pm Culture Trip: Night Quiz, Searcys Cafe, Lower Ground Floor, Saatchi Gallery.
9.30pm Exhibition and Night Quiz close.

Nefertiti & Me
Kate Daudy and Emma O’Byrne in discussion
Monday 17 February, 3pm
‘It Wasn’t That At All’, 2nd floor Saatchi Gallery


Join Kate Daudy and acclaimed make-up artist Emma O’Byrne in tracing notions of beauty from ancient Egypt to contemporary fashion.


The pair researched with specialists from Oxford University for their work making up eyes with kohl, gold and malachite for Daudy’s large scale video installation at Saatchi in response to the treasure of Tutankhamun: “The Night of the Counting of the Years”.


CLICK HERE to book tickets for Monday 17 February


This talk is free to attend for all visitors with an exhibition ticket valid while the talk is taking place. 

Relaxed Session
Monday 24 February, 5.30pm


The relaxed session has been programmed for anyone who might benefit from visiting the exhibition at a quieter time when you’ll have the opportunity to explore the artefacts in a calm environment.


Attendee numbers will be reduced, as will sound levels and there will be a quiet space available away from the exhibition which you are welcome to utilise. Ear defenders will also be available to borrow.


We welcome families and are sensitive to the needs of visitors with autistic spectrum disorder or other communication and sensory conditions – exhibition staff are always friendly, aware and happy to help.


CLICK HERE to book and for more information on accessible tickets.

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