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Sold Out Friday 12th of February 10:00amSpectacular live demonstrations from the worlds of biology, chemistry and physics!
Friday 12th of February 11:00amSpectacular live demonstrations from the worlds of biology, chemistry and physics!
Friday 12th of February 12:00pmTake a dramatic tour of our solar system, from the International Space Station to distant planets, and then head into interstellar space as we explore our galaxy and our place in the cosmos.
Friday 12th of February 2:00pmAre we alone? Is it possible to find life beyond earth? Take a journey to find out in this Rupert Grint narrated 360o Planetarium film from the award-winning NSC Creative team.
Friday 12th of February 2:00pmThe science of making bubbles! Especially suitable for under 10s. Build your own bubble-blower, and make big, long lasting bubbles!
Friday 12th of February 2:30pmExplore what life is like for the entire space crew in our Destination Space family show celebrating astronaut Tim Peake’s mission to the International Space Station in December. With amazing demonstrations and supersonic science experiments including building rockets, launching astronauts and learning about life on the ISS, this awe inspiring show is an out-of-this world experience not to be missed.
Friday 12th of February 2:30pmWatch as we dissect lungs to discover how they work, with the option to get hands on and investigate yourself! This workshop is best suited for children 8 years and older, although parental discretion is advised.
Friday 12th of February 2:50pmThe seventh Star Wars film kicks off a brilliant new trilogy with new characters and old favourites.
Friday 12th of February 3:00pmThe science of making bubbles! Especially suitable for under 10s. Build your own bubble-blower, and make big, long lasting bubbles!
Friday 12th of February 3:20pmThe perfect show for younger visitors to our new digital planetarium. Explore the night sky and take a trip to the Moon before flying through the solar system to see a planet up close.