Brighton Science Festival

Upcoming events – September 2016 Programme

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Pocket Science Festival Tour

It looks like a funfair – it is a funfair, but each of the exhibits have a scientific twist. A wealth of hands-on activities for all ages – coming to a location near you!

Through the Summer Holidays:
Worthing (31st Aug)
Eastbourne (1st Sept)
Billingshurst (2nd Sept)
Brighton (3rd Sept)
More info here…  

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Big Science Saturday

Saturday 17th September

A day of talks, demonstrations and workshops from an incredible array of scientists and experts. Can we stop humanity from getting fatter and fatter? Which is the best way to walk, like a human, or a beetle, or a three toed sloth? Are we doomed from climate change? Find out the answers to these and much more at Big Science Saturday.

Saturday 17th September, 10.30am – 5.30pm
Sallis Benney Theatre, Brighton
More info here…


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Ugly Animals

Saturday 17th September

A two-headed beast of a show in search of the world’s ugliest animal. Featuring illustrated talks from TV science presenter Simon Watt and writer/illustrator Richard Robinson.

Saturday 17th September, 7pm – 9.30pm
Sallis Benney Theatre, Brighton
More info here…


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Take Nobody’s Word For It

Sunday 18th September

Discover the art of arguing without being cross, disputing without falling out, disagreeing without being disagreeable. The day will be a mix of games and talks designed to polish our debating skills. Participants will learn to be passionate dispassionately, to be critical without going critical.

Sunday 18th September, 10.30am – 5.30pm
Sallis Benney Theatre, Brighton
More info here…