Brighton Science Festival

Boo! The Spooky Science at Bellerbys

Boo! The Spooky Science at Bellerbys

Get ready to explore the mysteries of Halloween! Student-led demonstrations and hands-on activities during Spooky Science at Bellerbys! Don’t miss our Halloween Party with a science twist!


Bellerbys College, 11am-1pm

Happy Halloween at Brighton Open Market

Happy Halloween at Brighton Open Market

A drop-in day of wicked workshops and spooky storytelling with fancy dress and tricky treats!


Open Market, 1pm-4pm

Pocket Science Funfair

Pocket Science Funfair

All the fun of the fair, plus all the buzz of science. Use the fundamental forces of the Universe to bring a lavatory roll to life! Learn how to Splat That Rat! Build an Incredible Machine! Shrink the kids!


British Airways i360, 11am-5pm

Discovery Day: Dying to Survive

Discovery Day: Dying to Survive

From animals that escape death by playing dead, to those who push their bodies to the brink, join us to learn more about our world’s most extreme survivors.


Booth Museum, 10.30am-4pm

Kitchen Cupboard Chemistry

Kitchen Cupboard Chemistry

Masterchef meets molecules as we throw open the kitchen cupboard and reveal the secret science within. Let’s put chemistry back in the kitchen!


Middle Street Primary School, 10:30am-11:15am, 12:30pm-1:15pm, 2:30pm-3:15pm

Robogals: Creating Tomorrow’s Engineers Today

Robogals: Creating Tomorrow's Engineers Today

Join Robogals for a taster session in Robotics, where we will be teaching you how to navigate our LEGO EV3 Mindstorms through a challenging maze and also how to command our NAO robots.


Middle Street Primary School, 2pm-3.30pm, 3.30pm-5pm

AQUILA: Build a Fossil-free Brighton

AQUILA: Build a Fossil-free Brighton

Join AQUILA children’s magazine for a book launch and a conversation about climate change while making a fossil-free Brighton out of cardboard!


The Walrus, 11am, 12pm, 1.30pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm

MATHS MADNESS with Kyle D Evans

MATHS MADNESS with Kyle D Evans

A show with stacks of audience participation and some mind-bending mathematical concepts, all delivered in an accessible fashion for children and their parents. Ages 8+ recommended.


The Walrus, 10.30am – 11.30am, 2.00pm - 3.00pm