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.
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.
Out Thinkers showcases the talent of LGBT+ researchers, providing a platform where people can talk about their science while truly being themselves.
Celebrate the end of the British Science Festival 2019 in style as we take over Coventry’s FarGo Village.
Why did it take so long for women to go to space? Hear from gynaecologist Varsha Jain about how people thought space travel might affect women’s reproductive organs, and what this means for women’s health and space travel today.
A tactile experience of the Universe, demonstrating how visually impaired astronomers approach their research.
A new comedic play about searching for meaning in a Universe we don’t understand.
Relics of the Big Bang and produced within stars, neutrinos have mystified physicists since the 1930s.
Join Sandra Chapman to explore what impact a space super-storm would have today on our space-age, information-age society.