Brighton Science Festival

MONSTERS THAT MIGHT BE



Tuesday 13 February 2018

7:30pm - 8:30pm

Sallis Benney Theatre
58-67 Grand Parade
Brighton, BN2 0JY
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What might the future creatures of Earth look like? And what creatures might humankind accidentally create through its current actions?

Zoologist, author and lively science presenter Jules Howard takes audiences on a whirlwind tour of the creatures that might one day walk the Earth, by applying Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection. Spin the infamous WHEEL OF DEATH and see how today’s animals might evolve! Be the one-in-a-million creature that survives to colonise the world!

This new spin on a popular show that toured UK theatres in 2016–2017 includes a host of newly imagined creatures, including rabbits which hunt like tigers, rabbits which travel the treetops in monkey-like troops and rabbits which, inevitably, fly. Each show is its own unique event!

Jules is a science writer, author and presenter. He performs regularly in the UK and North America and in the last five years has worked with more than 125,000 young people. Find out more about Jules here: www.juleshoward.co.uk.

Ages 7+

£5

ONLINE SALES HAVE NOW ENDED, BUT TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR

DOORS OPEN AT 7pm, SHOW STARTS AT 7.30pm.