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Looking for something to do tonight? Then why not have some fun with science?


If you’ve no plans tonight, come and experiment with some awesome science at Science Festival Lates! It’s 80s themed so expect glow sticks and a silent disco, as well as simulated ER surgery, blood bars, robots and more.

For one night only we’re opening up our flagship children’s venue for exclusively for adults! And you can grab two tickets for the price of one with the code EISFLates241! Find a friend and bring them along!

Tickets available at the link, but limited remaining so get in quick! sciencefestival.co.uk/event-details/science-festival-lates

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Would love to come but chocka with family life today

Hailed as the Empress of African Song and Mama Africa, Miriam Makeba helped bring African music to a global audience in the '60s. As part of Afro Live, Cynthia Gentle delivers a heartfelt tribute.
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Hailed as the Empress of African Song and Mama Africa, Miriam Makeba helped bring African music to a global audience in the 60s. As part of Afro Live, Cynthia Gentle delivers a heartfelt tribute. 
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Kathleen Painter James Ekron - this is just through the underpass. I'm away this weekend but you might be interested... :-)

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