The Brass Ring CT, A Steampunk Academy & Cabaret at The New England Carousel Museum

The Brass Ring CT

The Brass Ring CT

In just a few short weeks, on January 7-8, 2017, the curious, the educated, the playful and the wondrous will all meet again at the New England Carousel Museum to create and discover the world of Victorian Era inspired Steampunk.

The wondrous gathering will feature bands, burlesque and make and take workshops for all ages.

The two day event is sure to be a must attend for every creative person you know!

Tickets went on sale December 1st and are going fast.

You can register online now at

Single Days

Academy Saturday only 10AM-6PM $21

Academy Saturday for ages 11-16- $16 (people under 10 years old are free with parent)

Academy Sunday only- $10

Academy Sunday only for ages 11-16- $11

Cabaret only (18+)-  7PM-11- $21


Saturday Academy and Cabaret – $37

Saturday Cabaret and Sunday Academy- $28

Saturday and Sunday Academy- $28

Saturday and Sunday Academy for ages 11-16 $21

The Whole Shebang

Saturday Academy, Cabaret, and Sunday Academy- $45


Airships- Technology Review for Writers, 2 hours $10

Bartitsu, 4 hours $45

Brass Goggles, 2 hours $35

Quilling- Basic techniques to make three paper filigree flowers, 2 hours $25

Sailor’s Valentine Ornaments, 1 hour $20

Sailor’s Valentine Sea Captain’s Treasure Chest, 2 hours $75

Victorian Couples Dance, 1.5 hours $20

Victorian Set Dances, 1.5 hours $20

Follow The Brass Ring CT on Facebook for the latest event announcements.

For more information on the Brass Ring CT email



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