Event Tag: Shows

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be an astronaut blasting into space and living on the International Space Station? Come along and explore an astronaut’s life in this interactive show. We will find out about Isaac Newton’s laws, and how they impact a journey into space, as well as investigating the challenges of living, working and venturing out into space. And we aren’t just looking skywards in this session, but also deep down to the core of the earth, looking at what is underneath our planet’s surface. You can make your own layered model of the Earth and find out what each layer of our planet is made of. Suitable for children aged 7-11 years. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Sessions must be booked   BOOK YOUR SESSION    

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be an astronaut blasting into space and living on the International Space Station? Come along and explore an astronaut’s life in this interactive show. We will find out about Isaac Newton’s laws, and how they impact a journey into space, as well as investigating the challenges of living, working and venturing out into space. And we aren’t just looking skywards in this session, but also deep down to the core of the earth, looking at what is underneath our planet’s surface. You can make your own layered model of the Earth and find out what each layer of our planet is made of. Suitable for children aged 7-11 years. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Sessions must be booked   BOOK YOUR SESSION    

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be an astronaut blasting into space and living on the International Space Station? Come along and explore an astronaut’s life in this interactive show. We will find out about Isaac Newton’s laws, and how they impact a journey into space, as well as investigating the challenges of living, working and venturing out into space. And we aren’t just looking skywards in this session, but also deep down to the core of the earth, looking at what is underneath our planet’s surface. You can make your own layered model of the Earth and find out what each layer of our planet is made of. Suitable for children aged 7-11 years. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Sessions must be booked   BOOK YOUR SESSION    

Take the chance to be a part of a 5-billion-year-old story and discover why we all look a bit the same – but different! Learn about Charles Darwin’s famous voyage on The Beagle and how that helped him formulate his theory of evolution. Help us identify the similarities and differences between species and find out how species adapt to different environments – including the very weird way marine iguanas cope with swallowing saltwater! The ‘Same but Different’ show will take you on a journey back to the beginning of life on earth and in our paper beetles’ activity you can create your own beetle model. Suitable for children aged 7-11 years. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Sessions must be booked BOOK YOUR SPACE


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