Sun, 13 Oct|
New Scientist Live 2019
Get ready to pull on on your imaginary high-vis jackets as Maddie takes you on a whistle stop tour of two fantastic factories’. With the help of her special cameras and plenty of audience interaction, you’ll discover where paper comes from and how chocolate is made!
Time & Location
13 Oct 2019, 11:00 – 13:00
Excel London, Excel London, Royal Docks, London E16 1XL, UK
About the Event
Tickets Available at: https://newscientistlive.seetickets.com/tour/new-scientist-live
About New Scienstist Live:
"Welcome to the grand finale of the world's greatest science festival! Delve into an issue effecting all of us and the future of our planet as we join Liz Bonnin to explore the problem with plastic. Paul Davies looks into the profound question of what life is, and don't miss our favourite children's presenter Maddie Moate for her science story time and a meet and greet. Plus, over 27 other inspiring talks.
Family fun continues for the final day as you hunt for meteorites, have your mind blown by our Space Shed performance, ask your burning space questions to experts from the National Space Centre, see real life clips and animations from NASA in the pop-up planetarium, and take a peek into the operating theatre of the future plus loads more!
Don't forget our All-Access tickets that give you access to the Main Stage including Liz Bonnin and Paul Davies SOLD OUT last year! To ensure you don't miss out make sure you get your tickets quickly!"
About Maddie's Science Storytime:
(Performance Stage - 11 and 11.35am. Meet and Greet - 12:10pm)
"Get ready to pull on your imaginary high-vis jackets as Maddie takes you on a whistle stop tour of two fantastic factories’. With the help of her special cameras and plenty of audience interaction, you’ll discover where paper comes from and how chocolate is made."