We know that kids love Glasgow Science Centre. In fact, they like it so much that it sometimes means our adult visitors can’t play on everything we have to offer.
That is why we have created Science Lates, a series of after-hours, adult only events, with a fully licensed bar. No children are allowed for one night only!
Sound and Screen begins in February and takes a look at the science behind special effects in some well-known films. In March, we are taking a trip Inside Your Mind to find out how our brain works and how we can keep them healthy. Finally, in April, we will discover Our World and get a better understanding of the life teeming on planet Earth.
Chris Banks, cultural events coordinator at the centre is excited to welcome grown-up guests along for the themed evenings. He says, “Whether you visited when you were younger, or are completely new to the experience, you will find a fantastic time awaits. It’s a rare chance to bring out your inner child, have fun with friends and maybe even find out something you’ve always wanted to know but didn’t know where to begin.”
Each Science Lates event will feature a Friday night silent disco – in partnership with HMV – to help kick-start the weekend.
“We’ll also have tasty food, music, experts and workshops,” continues Chris. “And if that wasn’t enough, there will be experiments galore in the Science Show Theatre and intergalactic journeys launching from the Planetarium.”
Get your tickets now: https://www.glasgowsciencecentre.org/science-lates
Please note that this event is strictly adults only (18+). If you are lucky enough to look younger than 25 you must bring a valid form of photo I.D. Anyone under the age of 18 or without valid I.D. will be refused entry. Disabled access only can be booked by calling 0141 420 5000.
Glasgow Science Centre is an independent Scottish charity and their vision is to help create a country where all people value science and technology to inform decision-making, empower individuals and enrich lives.