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Results for Thursday 26th of May :

10:00am

Fantastic Forces

Investigate Newton's three laws of motion using balloons, rockets, a bed of nails, and other amazing demonstrations.
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Science show
11:00am

Fantastic Forces

Investigate Newton's three laws of motion using balloons, rockets, a bed of nails, and other amazing demonstrations.
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Science show
12:00pm

Fantastic Forces

Investigate Newton's three laws of motion using balloons, rockets, a bed of nails, and other amazing demonstrations.
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Science show
12:00pm

Born to be Wild 3D

Born to be Wild 3D is an inspired story of love, dedication and the remarkable bond between humans and animals.
1:00pm

Fantastic Forces

Investigate Newton's three laws of motion using balloons, rockets, a bed of nails, and other amazing demonstrations.
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Science show
2:00pm

We Are Aliens

Are 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.
2:00pm

Seed Survival

Explore what is inside a seed and understand how seeds manage to grow, scatter and survive. Please sign-up to this workshop.
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Workshop
2:00pm

X-Men: Apocalypse

The X-Men return – but can they save the Earth from their deadliest enemy yet?
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3D
3:20pm

Space Explorers

The 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.
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Space
4:00pm

Wonders of the Night Sky

Take 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.
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Space
5:20pm

X-Men: Apocalypse

The X-Men return – but can they save the Earth from their deadliest enemy yet?
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3D
8:45pm

X-Men: Apocalypse

The X-Men return – but can they save the Earth from their deadliest enemy yet?
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3D

Other performances :

Friday 27th of May 10:30am

Virtual Reality

Try out our Virtual Reality headsets and get thrown into a new situation. Find out how this new technology can be used every day and in industry.
Friday 27th of May 10:40am

We Are Aliens

Are 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 27th of May 11:00am

A Beautiful Planet 3D

A Beautiful Planet is a breathtaking portrait of Earth from space, providing a unique perspective and increased understanding of our planet and galaxy as never seen before.
Friday 27th of May 11:20am

Space Explorers

The 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.
Friday 27th of May 11:30am

Seed Survival

Explore what is inside a seed and understand how seeds manage to grow, scatter and survive. Please sign-up to this workshop.
Friday 27th of May 12:00pm

Wonders of the Night Sky

Take 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 27th of May 12:00pm

Alice Through the Looking Glass 3D

Alice returns to Wonderland in this eye-popping follow-up to Tim Burton's fantasy blockbuster.
Friday 27th of May 12:30pm

Seed Survival

Explore what is inside a seed and understand how seeds manage to grow, scatter and survive. Please sign-up to this workshop.
Friday 27th of May 12:45pm

Mindstorms Driving Test

Program a Lego Mindstorms robot to simulate a driverless car in this introduction to robotics. Who knows - you could become a robotics engineer! Sign Up for this 90 minute activity if you are 8 years old or older.
Friday 27th of May 1:00pm

Future Fuels

Join us on an exciting mission to explore how we could power transport in the future!

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