This month we’re collaborating with the Royal Society as they bid to discover The Next Big Thing!
We’ll be taking a look at what booze does to our brains, why diamonds are more than just a gemstone and if robots can evolve. Experts will also be discussing the toilet habits of extinct animals and how ants can help us avoid information overload.
Plus all the regular highlights of live music, Punk Science comedy show and the best silent disco in town.
Full details of the night's events will be published soon.
The Science Museum’s Lates is a free night for adults that takes place on the last Wednesday of the month. Lates have a different theme each month, spanning issues as far apart as sex, alcohol and climate change – see what we have planned for the coming months.
Please be aware that Lates is incredibly popular, which means you may have to queue before a timed event. We suggest you arrive early to ensure you have the best possible chance of getting in.
Also on this month:
- Silent Disco – Grab a headset, select your tunes and dance until you drop.
- Punk Science the Gameshow – Tickets are limited and cost £5 per person, available from any ticket desk. Pre-book to gain VIP entry to the museum.
- Red mill engine demonstration
- Fly our simulators - Red Arrows and Fly 360° both discounted rates for Lates
- Revelations: Experiments in Photography – half price for Lates
- The Kraszna-Krausz and First Book Awards 2015 – Our newest exhibition
- What's That – Volunteer-led object handling
- Talkaoke - Discuss the latest science topics whilst sitting at our cool doughnut table
- Tour of Information Age - Suitable for deaf and hearing visitors
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