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Evenings out at At-Bristol

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Stargazing, super heroes and revolutionaries – evenings out at At-Bristol this month

It’s all been about the little ones for the past couple of weeks here at At-Bristol, so here’s a few things we’ve got coming up for the grown-ups.

After Hours: Super Heroes

Thursday 27 April 6.30pm-10pm

Explore your inner super hero with our adults only evening – fashion your own super hero costume and learn about the science behind super powers: how to read minds, acquire heat vision, and levitate and control particles with the power of ultrasound!

Plus a chance to play with our 250 interactive exhibits without the kids around, and with a drink in your hand. Tickets from £8.95, over 18s only.
 
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Planetarium Nights
Thursday 4 May / 11 May / 18 May

Discover the universe from the comfort of your seat! Choose between ‘Exploring the Solar System 3D’ and ‘Spring Stargazing 3D’.

Age 16+

Tickets from £7.50 (advance adult) or £6.50 (advance concession)

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Festival of Ideas - China Miéville – October: The Story of the Russian Revolution
Friday 5 May 7pm-8pm

Renowned fantasy and science fiction writer China Miéville gives his distinctive take on the breath taking story of the Russian Revolution.

Tickets £7 adult / £6 concession
 

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Image credit: Katie Cooke
More fascinating Festival of Ideas events are taking place at At-Bristol on May 27

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