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Marvel at the world of superheroes at a Night At Your Museum

RUGBY Art Gallery and Museum's primed for a celebration of superheroes and comic strips at a Night At Your Museum later this month.

Night at Your Museum
A Night At Your Museum returns to Rugby Art Gallery and Museum later this month. Published Friday, 7th October 2022

Optimus Prime brings his trusted Transformers lieutenant Bumblebee to the event, which features a host of superhero and comic strip-inspired arts activities.

Visitors can fly like a superhero courtesy of green screen visual effects and help build a superhero city bathed in UV light.

A Night At Your Museum also includes the opportunity to get hands-on with creatures which have inspired countless comic strip characters - including insects, spiders and chameleons.

Other activities include superhero drawing and stop motion animation workshops, story-telling sessions, a chillout zone and messy play sessions for the under fives.

And visitors can also meet real-life local heroes from the police and fire service.

A Night At Your Museum takes place at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum on Friday 21 October.

Admission can be booked for 5.30pm, 6.30pm or 7.30pm, with places priced £3.50 (under two-year-olds free).

You can book online at

Cllr Howard Roberts, Rugby Borough Council portfolio holder for leisure and wellbeing, said: "Comic strips and superheroes have long fuelled the imaginations of people of all ages, inspiring dedicated fans across the world and dozens of blockbuster movies, video games and television series.

"A Night At Your Museum gives visitors the opportunity to explore the worlds of comic book heroes and enjoy the magic of superhero storytelling."

For more information about events and exhibitions at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, visit

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