BLACK HOLE is an exploration into space presented right before your eyes. Lights emerge, move, endure and disappear. As the performance unfolds glimpses of bodies appear through the controlled inconsistency of sight. It is not visible, not relatable and not…
This half-term join Knapsack Productions as they prepare you for the basics of going into outer space!
Darwin said he stood on her shoulders It is 1846, and the little town of Lyme Regis is battered by howling winter-gales. Dying and increasingly dependent on laudanum, fossil hunter, Mary Anning reflects on her life.
A micro-performance piece and Q&A. With pioneering theatre-makers Kilter, and VR researchers from the University of Bristol.
A short performed love-story, followed by a conversation about the future of quantum technology. With pioneering theatre-makers Kilter, and researchers from the University of Bristol.
Real Positive Poles present a delve into the unknown and hilarious with After Dusk and laughter at the end of the world with Last Day on Earth
A lively, imaginative, mind-boggling evening with Kilter Theatre and the University of Bristol’s quantum researchers.
Experience Virtual Reality and join the debate – an evening with radial theatre-makers Kilter and scientists from the University of Bristol’s Immersive Documentary Encounters team.
With jarring jokes, pitiful puppetry, and the silliest of scientific songs, you can expect this raucous romp through the hilarious history of scientific stupidity to be… well, if nothing else, thoroughly entertaining.
Arnolfini invites dance artists and enthusiasts to a workshop with the creator of Deepspace – exploring the process behind the work, crafted at sea in the Antarctic.
A renowned contemporary dance work comes to Bristol on its international tour -“Rocking, lulling, rolling and mapping, Deepspace maps the terrain between rational deduction and intuitive feeling.” – Arts Review Australia.
Artist call out to join participatory project co-creating art pieces with community groups. https://bit.ly/2GM6uw0
Roland is a bee-keeper andMarianne is a theoretical physicist.Theirs is a love story like no other, played out across multiple different universes.In Nick Payne’s award-winning play, scienceand romance mesh togethe…
Are dolphins as smart as we believe? Are insects more moral than humans? What would a future society look like, if it was built by animals? Join expert speakers – from the world of science and science fiction – for…