Science Museum Lates
A night of free adults-only entertainment
Lates happens on the last Wednesday of the month
Do you define yourself as gay, straight, lesbian...? Come and leave a message on our Define Yourself Wall
Big Bingo Show
Join the glamorously bearded Timberlina, empress of the bingo call for a joyful night of riotous hilarity...
Walking Their Footsteps
Swagger like a man or totter like a lady? Join Nando Messias for a short lesson in walking like the opposite sex...
If you’re the kind of person who’s stupid enough to attend a lecture given by idiots, join the comedy duo...
Science of Sex
Biologist Simon Watt asks, Why do we fancy someone? Why do we cheat? Why do we get jealous? Does love exist?
Find out more about the fascinating life, work and untimely death of Alan Turing in this interactive performance...
Sexuality and Performance
Stephen Farrier explores how we might use performance to consider sexuality...
Join Janet Walls, oncoplastic surgeon, to find out about a surgeon’s role in the treatment of transgender patients
Insects and Sexual Behaviour
Have views about the origin of insect species affected our ideas about sexuality?
Join Octavia Bright from London Consortium for an investigation of the relationship between skin and sexuality...
BSL gallery tour
Do our genes define us? This gallery tour of Who Am I? looks at how genes impact us during our lifetime and beyond.
Gay and Lesbian Speed Dating
Your chance to meet the person of your dreams... or possibly nightmares?
Join Phil Loring, our Curator of Psychology, who has brought out some hidden gems from our sex collection
Red Mill Engine
Visit the Energy Hall to see our huge red mill engine being run by our workshop technicians...
Science Museum Pub Quiz, winners get fantastic treats, losers get directions to a library for extra swotting...
Is gender and sexuality locked into our DNA? Pose as a research scientist by Watson and Crick's DNA model...
Grab a headset, select your tunes and dance till you drop! The Museum does not accept responsibility for your moves.
The Hero's Quest
Journalist Alex Fitch looks at representations of sexuality in speculative fiction and present-day pop culture
Do you dream of making the perfect pudding? Or just want (or want to be) a real man about the house
Come along to hear about this life-drawing project focusing on the anatomy of transgender and intersex bodies...
Our Codebreaker exhibition celebrates pioneering British figure, Alan Turing, in the centenary year of his birth.
Enter Web Lab and take part in interactive Chrome Experiments made by Google, bringing the internet to life...
Come and play in our most popular hands-on gallery with a DJ and no kids to hog all the toys!
Take a Cockroach Tour of the Science Museum and find out what it's like to be one of the planet's true survivors.
Pull up a chair at this unqiue mobile talk show and have your say on the hottest topics at our flying saucer of chat.
More coming soon...
We'll add more details about events as soon as they're confirmed so keep checking back for more info.
Join the conversation
If you came along to last month's Lates why not upload your mug shots to our Flickr group.
Anyone who has ever looked on as kids roll around in polystyrene or blow giant bubbles in the name of learning can release the child inside at Launchpad, the science-themed playground.The Times
Science and snogging, it seems, are not altogether incompatible.Eureka Magazine
Where else do you get to probe the secrets of the universe with a glass of Merlot in your hand?The Londonist
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