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Science Lates - adult-only nights at GSC!

Enjoy the science centre without the children! Strictly for adults only, Science Lates run on the 1st Friday of every month from April through September 2017. Book your tickets online now!

 

Sci-Fi Sundays: Total Recall - 28 May 2017

Posh popcorn, a refreshing drink, a tour through the cosmos and a classic Sci-Fi film - what better way to spend a Sunday night!? Join us for the the next action packed Sci-Fi film screening in the Planetarium, Total Recall, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as a construction worker whose dreams lead him to travel to Mars in search of a mysterious woman.

 

A Question of Perception Lectures - continue 31 May 2017

The exciting new series of evening talks, A Question of Perception Lectures, continue with "Voices, Barks and Brains" where Dr Phil McAleer will explore the science behind voice perception. Along with the fascinating 1 hour lecture in our Science Show Theatre, there's time to explore the new interactive exhibition on Floor 1 too. Tickets are just £10 and available to book online here!

 

Glasgow Science Festival events at GSC

Glasgow Science Festival runs from 8 to 18 June with something for everyone at events taking place across the city. In addition to GSC's education and public programme, we have created some special events to tie in with the festival theme of “Glasgow Explores!”.

We're previewing our brand new summer blockbuster science show, Pure Random Science on 13 and 14 June. On 10 and 17 June, you can spend the night under the stars in Planetarium Lates. There's Sci Fi Sunday screenings of Sunshine on 11 June and Moon on 18 June. And also in the Planetarium, join us on 15 June for the David Elder Lecture from Prof Martin Hendry on "Exploring the Dark Side of the Universe". Find out more about what's on at GSC during Glasgow Science Festival and book your tickets here.

 

Please note that events are subject to change.

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