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02 Sep

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24 Oct

Storytelling

Join the Live Science team for an interactive adventure!

10 Sep

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12 Nov

Autumn in the Greenhouse

Get hands-on with growing your own!

10 Sep

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12 Nov

Autumn Kitchen

Cooking and science combine in our new interactive kitchen!

16 Sep

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30 Nov

Autumn Night Sky Planetarium show

Immerse yourself in the wonder of the Universe as you are led on a magical tour of the Autumn night sky.

30 Sep

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10 Nov

Dissection Lab

Let the Live Science Team guide you through some hands-on dissections - from tugging on heart-strings to peeking through an eyeball...

04 Oct

DigiMakers

Explore, make and create in the digital world...

04-10

Oct

World Space Week

To celebrate World Space Week At-Bristol’s Live Science Team are bringing out their favourite space-themed activities.

11-12

Oct

Fairytale SOS II

Help us use science to lend a hand to some fairytale characters in distress!

15 Oct

Members' Exclusive: Fairytale SOS II and Magical Experiments

A chance to watch our new show and have a go at some science ‘magic’! *Now fully booked!*

17 Oct

Politics Festival - Shami Chakrabarti: On Liberty

Shami Chakrabarti, director of Liberty, examines the threats to our democratic institutions, and explains why our rights are paramount in upholding democracy.

17 Oct

Politics Festival - Owen Jones: The Establishment: And How They Get Away with It - SOLD OUT

Owen Jones argues that those who claim to work on our behalf represent the biggest threat to democracy today, and believes the time has come for them to be challenged.

18-19

Oct

Fairytale SOS II

Help us use science to lend a hand to some fairytale characters in distress!

18 Oct

Politics Festival - Harry Leslie Smith: Harry’s Last Stand: How the World My Generation Built is Falling Down, and What We Can Do to Save It

91-year-old RAF veteran and Guardian columnist Harry Leslie Smith brings his unique perspective to the social issues of today, from political corruption to food poverty.

18 Oct

Politics Festival - Panel debate: Have we given up on the Working Class?

Join Jason Cowley, David Skelton, and Selina Todd.

18 Oct

Politics Festival - Paul Dolan: Politics and Happiness

Paul Dolan examines the role government can play in developing a happier society.

18 Oct

Politics Festival - Michael Brooks: Politics and Science

Michael Brooks assesses the coalition's science record, and asks what a science-led government might look like.

18 Oct

Politics Festival - Panel debate: What has the Coalition Government Delivered?

Bristol MPs, alongside journalists David Aaronovitch and Zoe Williams, take a look back at the coalition's record.

18 Oct

Politics Festival - Danny Dorling: Can We Afford the Rich? Inequality and the 1%

Danny Dorling explores how the lives and ideas of the richest 1% have an impact on society as a whole.

23 Oct

After Hours: BRAINS

Grab a drink, get hands on and experiment at our adults-only evening events.

24 Oct

Festival of Ideas - Susan Greenfield: Mind Change

The human brain adapts to its environment so, in the cyber-surrounds of the 21st century, could our brains be changing in unprecedented ways?

25 Oct

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02 Nov

Fairytale SOS II

Help us use science to lend a hand to some fairytale characters in distress!

25 Oct

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02 Nov

Little Stars Planetarium show

A trip to the stars for under-5s and their families!

25 Oct

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02 Nov

Storytelling

Join the Live Science team for an interactive adventure!

29 Oct

Meet the Expert: Apple Pressing

Bring an apple and get juicing! Join the National Trust Apple Pressing Tour for one day only within our new Food exhibition.

What our visitors say

"It was just amazing because I've never seen some of the things I did."

Aaron, aged 11