Daily activities: A Better World is Possible

What could a better world look like? And what do we need to do to get there? 

With COP26 taking place in Glasgow from 31 Oct – 12 Nov, this autumn we’re focusing on sustainability and climate action.  We're looking at the personal actions, both small and large, that we can all take to move towards a more sustainable future.  

The activities below are free with your day ticket. They don't need to be pre-booked, but as each activity has limited capacity, please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

You can also add a Planetarium show to your visit. Booking is essential, so don't forget to add tickets to your basket along with your day tickets.

Whilst we're doing all we can to provide activities as listed, the timings below are subject to change. Please check when you arrive at the venue.

 

Who for

Everyone




Here's whats on from 8 Sept - mid October...

Weekday activities:

11.00am: Robot Revolution (Open City Lab, Level 0, best for ages 5+) - limited capacity, so please sign-up on the sheet just outside the space if you'd like to take part

11.30am: Storytelling (The Tinkering Space, Level 1, under 5 friendly) - simple scientific concepts are brought to life through a fun, interactive storytelling session 

1:30pm: A Lockleaze Rainbow (Theatre of Curiosity, Level 0, under 5 friendly) - make your own pair of rainbow inspired glasses and enjoy seeing your surroundings in a new light!

 

Weekend activities:

11.00am: Robot Revolution (Open City Lab, Level 0, best for ages 5+) - limited capacity, so please sign-up on the sheet just outside the space if you'd like to take part

1:30pm: The A-Z of Secrecy (Theatre of Curiosity, Level 0, best for ages 5+)

 

Drop in/All day:

The COVID-19 Diaries (The Box, Level 0)

Representing: STEM Heroines and Heroes (The Den, Level 1) - Contribute your own personal heroines and heroes from the world of science to our hall of fame. 
 


 

 

Image credits: Dan Watkiss, Lisa Whiting  

 

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