The Holotronica Live 3D show is a retro-futuristic synesthetic trip, merging sound and colour frequencies that feel as if they are jumping off screen, close enough to touch.
Tag: Media and the Arts
In this part stand-up comedy and part science show, Matthew Starr brings the audience along with him as he tries to understand getting older, his past relationships, and the universe.
A unique chance to join the presenters of The Sky at Night in a question and answer session which will be filmed and broadcast on BBC4.
Draw life at this dynamic and collaborative artistic workshop with award-winning artist Gemma Anderson.
Celebrate the end of the British Science Festival 2019 in style as we take over Coventry’s FarGo Village.
A new comedic play about searching for meaning in a Universe we don’t understand.
Join former Blue Peter presenter and author, Konnie Huq, as she discusses creativity in science and the arts with Science Director of the Science Museum, Roger Highfield.
Incoming BSA President, Professor Alice Roberts, reflects on how we can cast our away our individual feelings of hopelessness and believe in our capacity to make the world a better place.
Science and fiction come together in theatre to produce plays that imagine how scientific developments and emergent technologies will change us as individuals.
Come on a rhythmic journey with dancer and choreographer Shahrzad Khorsandi who, along with dancer and psychologist Julia F Christensen, will teach you the art of Persian dance.