For another year, the Catalan National Museum celebrates a special summer night by opening its doors to let visitors enjoy its treasures in a different ambience, an ambience full of art, music, circus and gastronomy. It starts at 8pm with commentaries about some of the most outstanding works in the permanent collection. This will be followed by a performance by the Marxing Dixie Band del Taller de Músics (8.45pm, 10.15pm and 11.40pm), and dance from Montse Sánchez and Ramón Baeza, from the IT Dansa company of the Institut del Teatre, with their piece 'Wad Ras' (9.30pm and 11pm), and a circus number courtesy of the Ateneu Popular 9 Barris and the Psirc 'LAB' company (10pm and 10.45pm). As well as all these activities, you can also go up to the rooftop to enjoy a 360-degree view of the city, and see the mural created by street artist BTOY, who's completed a residence with the students of the Institut Lluís Domènech i Montaner.
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