From 7 to 18 September Bradford will come alive with science with the British Science Festival, and its fringe festival. Events are happening across the city from the University of Bradford campus to Bombay stores and the National Media Museum to the North Parade area.
The core British Science Festival, from Monday, 7 to Thursday, 10 September, features a daytime and evening programme of events aimed at adults with a broad interest in science. The four days of free events will bring a vibrant array of performances, talks, workshops, discussions, installations and entertainment all dedicated to showing how science touches our lives and impacts on our society.
You could expand your horizons at Underwater landscapes, a talk about the sea floor and underwater geology. Or just have a giggle at George Egg: anarchist cook, science comedy straight from the Edinburgh Fringe. Other highlights will include investigations into who owns outer space, the science behind hip-hop, and the psychology of creativity!
This science extravaganza is immediately followed by a Festival fringe, from Friday, 11 to Friday 18 September, which focuses on events for schools and families. Continue reading British Science Festival is back in Bradford