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Steampunks ready for Red by Night event at Black Country Living Museum

By Mark Drew | Dudley | Attractions | Published:

Steampunks will entertain Black Country Museum guests in a special after-hours event to celebrate the region’s pivotal role in the Industrial Revolution.

Steampunks Christine Rowley and Magorin Pye ready for Red By Night at Black Country Museum

The museum will host its Red By Night event on Saturday – for an atmospheric evening of live entertainment, industrial demonstrations and living history.

Firebreathers have wowed the crowds at previous Red by Night events

Over the years, the Black Country has been famously described as ‘black by day and red by night’ – and the special after-hours event will celebrate its legacy.

Guests can wander through the cobbled streets, docks, houses and industrial areas and see for themselves what it was like to live on one of Britain’s most heavily industrialised landscapes – noisy, smoky and full of life.

Christine Rowley, of Wolverhampton, Peter Warren, of Halesowen, Anne Howells, of Wolverhampton, and Magorin Pye, of Sedgley

There will also be experience displays and demonstrations from the Black Country Steampunk Society to discover the fascinating lifestyle, as well as fire-breathing entertainers.

For more information, or to book tickets, visit bclm.com/redbynight

Mark Drew

By Mark Drew
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