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Location: Ground floor of the Science Museum
Constantly beetling away with new discoveries and inventions, we humans are a curious breed... or that's how we might appear to the group of cockroaches recently spotted exploring the Science Museum's galleries.
Find out what it's like to be one of the planet's true survivors. Having outlived the dinosaurs, what will they make of our obsessions with speed, time... and burning things?
Put yourself in their shells. Sign up with your friends and family for A Cockroach Tour of the Science Museum and get a quirky and inquisitive take on the human race.
The Cockroach Tours are every Saturday and Sunday, and during Lates each month. Check the calendar now.
To book your place on a weekend tour call 0870 870 4868. There is no booking required for Lates.
This event is part of the Climate Changing programme, which is supported by:
Principal sponsors Shell and Siemens. Major sponsor Bank of America Merrill Lynch and major funder The Garfield Weston Foundation. With additional support from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, the Patrons of the Science Museum and members of the Founders Circle: Climate Changing programme..
Created by Danish artists group Superflex. Script by Nikolaj Heltoft. Costume design by Emma Jorn and Sabine Storm in collaboration with Esben Horn. Script developed with and performed by Paul Attmere, Guy Henderson and Suzanne Rayner.
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