Tuesday, 21 October 2008

Big bang imminent!

Bring on Saturday’s big bang – Manchester Science Festival is about to kick off!

There’s loads of half-term fun for all the family, as well as hot topics and current issues to be explored each day.

Talk to a futurologist, debate controversial ideas, spot our science buskers, walk the city, hear the river Mersey’s story, use BSL signs for science, do chemistry with cabbage, and join the www.BigScienceRead.org!

With each of the nine days packed full of things to do and see, it’s impossible to highlight everything here. Go on the website and search by day, venue, theme or take a random pick - www.manchestersciencefestival.com

And keep an eye out for our buskers at Piccadilly station, entertaining leisure travellers and commuters alike…

Big Science Read is really gathering pace now, with the big weekend of events on the 25-26 October. All the books and events are listed on www.BigScienceRead.org

Amongst other things, you can hear one of the UK’s leading sci fi writers, Stephen Baxter - book now – limited places! You can also join an intriguing exploration between imagination, language and maths: find out more details and book here.

Hope to see you at something on the weekend – and spread the word!

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