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SATURDAY 11 FEBRUARY

BRIGHT SPARKS - SEE PREVIOUS PAGE Unmissable for all 7-11 year-olds Hove Park Upper School, Nevill Rd. BN3 7BN

MINECRAFT DINOSAUR DIG 10:00am, 11:15am, 1:00pm, 2:15pm (1 hr.) Inside a prehistoric Minecraft world you might unearth some virtual velociraptors. Blending technology with paleontology, this workshop will test your creativity as you search for the 'terrible lizards' buried beneath the ground. What will you find? Made, 66 North Rd, BN1 1YD Tickets £7. Ages 7+. Spaces limited; advance booking essential.

OSKAR'S AMAZING ADVENTURE 11:00am (40 mins) In the depths of winter, Oskar, the little Swiss puppy runs all the way down a mountain looking for his friends – but why are they all asleep? And why does he have to wait until spring for them to wake up and play? After the show, learn all about hibernation with activities and games inspired by the animals seen in Oskar. (Workshops on 13-15th. 12.00pm, 40 mins. NB see website for details). Komedia, 44-47 Gardner St, BN1 1UN Tickets £8/5. Ages 2-7

SIMON WATT: DR DEATH AND THE MEDI-EVIL MEDICINE SHOW 7:00pm A historically, scientifically accurate panto for children and other childish people. Warning: This show promises blood, guts, gore and a lot more. Sneezes, wheezes and diseases are never welcome. But in the past, some of the treatments could be worse than the underlying illness. Join the time-travelling ‘Doctor Death’, Simon Watt, to see if he can ‘cure’ you. Simon Watt is a biologist, writer, science communicator, comedian and TV presenter. He runs the Ugly Animal Preservation Society which is a comedy night with a conservation twist. Sallis Benney Theatre, 58-67 Grand Parade, BN2 0JY Tickets £6/3. All ages 7+ 4

All under 12s must be accompanied by an adult, unless otherwise stated


SUNDAY 12 FEBRUARY

BRIGHT SPARKS - SEE PREVIOUS PAGE Unmissable for all 7-11 year-olds Hove Park Upper School, Nevill Rd. BN3 7BN OSKAR'S AMAZING ADVENTURE See listing for Saturday 11 February

Komedia, 44-47 Gardner St, BN1 1UN

Ages 2-7

11:00am (40 mins)

UNDER THE APPLE TREE 2:00pm Apples fall down from trees, not up. But why? And how? A light-hearted theatrical look at the life of Isaac Newton, fusing shadow puppetry, special effects and projection art in a performance that treats its subject with the gravity he deserves. Sweet Dukebox, The Iron Duke, 3 Waterloo St, BN3 1AQ Tickets £8. Under 16s £6. Ages 6+ After the show: UNDER THE APPLE TREE – WORKSHOP 3:30pm (1 hr.) An illuminating workshop focusing on Newton’s Prism and the magic of refracted light. Create shadow puppets and harness the power of the prism to project images onto the special shadow screen. Sweet Dukebox, The Iron Duke, 3 Waterloo St, BN3 1AQ Tickets £4. Adults FREE, (1 per child). Show & workshop combo tickets £8. Ages 6-12

MONDAY 13 FEBRUARY

CSI – WHO DUNNIT? 9:30am, 12:00pm, 2:30pm (2 hrs.) Calling all budding detectives! Investigate a crime scene and use real forensic techniques to work out who dunnit. Identify footprints and tyre tracks, lift fingerprints, analyse blood spatter, and use a microscope to match hair and fibres. Can you solve the crime? Think Forensic is staffed by exerts in the field of crime scene investigation. The company operates nationally delivering interactive courses to reception and nursery children through to year 12 and adult; a suspiciously wide range of interested groups. Brighton Youth Centre, 64 Edward St, BN2 0JR Tickets £12.50 (£40 family of 4). Ages 5+

TECHNOLOGY WILL SAVE US: DIY SYNTH WORKSHOP 10:00am (5 hrs.) Build your own instrument in a day-long workshop exploring the science of electronic sounds. Learn about components, stick them together, make beautiful (or freaky) music and take home your very own DIY synthesizer, (kit included in the price). All mentors and facilitators are DBS checked and industry experts. Parents do not need to be present for the day, but will need to be able to drop off and pick up their children. There will be fruit and snacks, but a packed lunch must be provided for the day. Brighton Eagle Lab, 1 Preston Rd, BN1 4QU Tickets £59. (Limited spaces). Ages 8-12

Monday continues ...

Tickets and information www.BrightonScience.com

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MONDAY - continued

EXPLORE THE WATER CYCLE IN MINECRAFT 10:30am, 12:00pm, 1:20pm, 2:40pm (50 mins) Evaporate from the sea, condense into a cloud, and then descend onto some chalk on your way to the aquifer. What’s going on? Just an ordinary day as part of the water cycle. It just happens that today you are the water. You meet in Al Campo cafe and while the water flows, so does the conversation. Blockbuilders are a Brighton-based social enterprise that helps to get young people involved in issues that affect them. A combination of youth engagement and digital technology can help the community become stake holders in local planning. Al Campo, 84-86 London Rd, BN1 4JF Tickets £10. Ages 7+ SHOW: OSKAR'S AMAZING ADVENTURE WORKSHOP: OSKAR'S HIBERNATION WORKSHOP See listing for Saturday 11 February. Komedia, 44-47 Gardner St, BN1 1UN. Ages 2-7

11:00am (40 mins) 12:00pm (40 mins)

SHADOW STUDIO WORKSHOP 12:00pm, 1:15pm, 3:00pm, 4:15pm (45 mins) A fun shadow puppet workshop using fold up shadow theatres and cardboard cut-outs, and plays with the magic of light. The workshop ends with everyone giving a little show. From here you can turn stories into stop motion, turn shadow animation into digital stills and explore the history of animation from the early moments of cinema right up to modern media today. The Hope And Ruin, 11-12 Queens Rd, BN1 3WA Tickets £8. All ages

ART LAB 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:00pm (40 mins) Art and science collide in the Art Lab! The range of delights includes slime, sherbet, bath bombs, soap monsters, volcanoes and much more. A different experiment every day. Arthropod Arts Shop, 20-22 High St, Rottingdean, BN2 7HR Tickets £6. Ages 5-11

UNDER THE APPLE TREE See listing for Sunday 12 February Sweet Dukebox, The Iron Duke, 3 Waterloo St, BN3 1AQ

UNDER THE APPLE TREE - WORKSHOP See listing for Sunday 12 February Sweet Dukebox, The Iron Duke, 3 Waterloo St, BN3 1AQ

2:00pm (1 hr.)

Ages 6+

3:30pm (1 hr.)

Ages 6+

THE ART OF FUGUE AND THE SCIENCE OF SYMMETRY 7:00pm (2 hrs.) Go Bach to the Fugue-ture! Laboured puns aside, this is a live fusion of music and mathematics which delves into the music of J. S. Bach and the remarkable nature of symmetry. Explore the patterns that connect nature, music and everyday life. What links 250-year-old music with seashells and smartphones? Friends Meeting House, Ship St, BN1 1AF Tickets £5/3. All ages 11+ 6

All under 12s must be accompanied by an adult, unless otherwise stated


TUESDAY 14 FEBRUARY

CSI – WHO DUNNIT? 9:30am,12:00pm, 2:30pm (2 hrs.) See listing for Monday 13 February Brighton Youth Centre, 64 Edward St, BN2 0JR Ages 5+

SCIENCE AT CITY COLLEGE 10:00am – 4:00pm (30 min workshops) City College presents a diverse range of interactive experiments for everybody to have a go at. Make your favourite ice cream with liquid nitrogen, become an alchemist and make gold from copper or channel the Messiah as you turn water into wine... into Champagne... into indigestion liquid. There really is something for everything in this series of 30 minute workshops. (See website for times). City College, Pelham St, BN1 4FA FREE. All ages. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

POCKET SCIENCE FESTIVAL 10.30am - 4.30pm (drop-in) The Pocket Science Festival looks like a funfair – it IS a funfair, but each stall has a little science snuck into it. The Incredible Machine, the Amazing Shrinking Puppet Booth, Upside-down Goggles, Splat the Rat, the Gull Poo Shooting Gallery, illusions and more. Bring your family and be astonished, puzzled, enlightened and stealthily educated by what you find.

... ‘I thought the energy and enthusiasm of the volunteers was fantastic. Their ability to capture the attention of the young people was great. Fantastic team!’

‘Your activities epitomise the real meaning of learning: it is fun, engaging, exciting, uplifting, and much more. Young people have a strong (and intrinsic) desire to “find out”. Thank you for helping us nurture that.’ City College, Pelham St, BN1 4FA Tickets £4. Recommended ages 11+

SHOW: OSKAR'S AMAZING ADVENTURE WORKSHOP: OSKAR'S HIBERNATION WORKSHOP See listing for Saturday 11 February Komedia, 44-47 Gardner St, BN1 1UN Ages 2-7

11:00am (40 mins) 12:00pm (40 mins)

ART LAB 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:00pm (40 mins) See listing for Monday 13 February Arthropod Arts Shop, 20 - 22 High St, Rottingdean, BN2 7HR Ages 5-11

DROP IN & DO 2:00pm – 5:00pm (drop-in)* There are two million specimens and artefacts cared for by Brighton Museum’s staff. Find out about scientific aspects of work at the museum, and help catalogue and digitise the many and varied specimens. You will be able to meet the talented and hard-working staff and give them a hand. You can also use their microscopes to look very closely at the natural science collections, and help the staff take photographic images of them. Channel your inner curator.

*These drop-ins are every Tues, Wed and Fri from 10 January - 28 April

Brighton Museum Lab, Brighton Museum, Royal Pavilion Gardens, BN1 1EE FREE with Brighton Museum admission, for Museum members, and for Brighton residents (see website for details). Ages 7+

Tickets and information www.BrightonScience.com

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WEDNESDAY 15 FEBRUARY

WOVEN WILLOW STRUCTURES 10:00am – 4:00pm (drop-in) Experts show how to take some willow, paper and string, and combine them to create useful and fun objects. Using weaving, basketry and netting techniques. Phoenix Brighton, 10-14 Waterloo Place, BN2 9NB. Tickets £6. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Ages 6+

CREATIVE ENGINEERING 10:00am (3 hrs.) A free taster session aimed at girls in Years 5 and 6. You are the engineers of the future - get a flavour of all aspects of engineering, complete with robots, software and mechanics, testing co-operation, communication and problem solving skills. Brighton & Hove High School, Montpelier Road, BN1 3AT FREE. Limited places. To reserve places call 01273 280280. Ages 9-11 MORE SCIENCE FOR WINTER AFTERNOONS 10:30am – 4:00pm (drop-in) Short, practical science demonstrations and activities with surprising outcomes. This will include a show, family challenges and making-taking-testing activities. There will be a chance to think about scientific questions based on the activities and to ask your own questions. City College, Pelham St, BN1 4FA Tickets £4. £15 for a family of 4. Under 3s free. All ages POETRY IN MOTION: WORDS INSPIRED BY PHYSICS 11:00am (2 hrs.) Buzz! Whoosh! Crash! Force! Mass! Electricity! We’re going to get physical with the physics, experimental with the lyrics and get charged up with the energy of poetry. Words with gravity, words with spark, words with power. Science teacher, poet and playful experimenter, Michael James Parker, leads the fun and games. Jubilee Library, Jubilee St, BN1 1GE Tickets £3 (£5 for adult and child). Ages 8+

SHOW: OSKAR'S AMAZING ADVENTURE WORKSHOP: OSKAR'S HIBERNATION WORKSHOP See listing for Saturday 11 February Komedia, 44-47 Gardner St, BN1 1UN Ages 2-7

11:00am (40 mins) 12:00pm (40 mins)

THE BLAST SCIENCE EXTRAVAGANZA SCIENCE SHOW 11.30am, 1.30pm, 3.00pm (50 mins) What do kids want? Everything. And when do they want it? Now. Well, you can't have it all, all the time. But you can have most of it most of the time, if you apply yourself. What kind of science show do young people and families want? All the good stuff. Fire. Space. Danger. Chaos. Solid answers to solid questions. Real experiments. Audience participation. So here it is. Blast Science presents the Extravaganza Science Show. Drumroll please! Happy now? Good. See you there. Bleach, above The Hare & Hounds, 75 London Rd, Brighton BN1 4JF Tickets £8 / 6. Ages 7 – 11.

ART LAB 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:00pm (40 mins) See listing for Monday 13 February Arthropod Arts Shop, 20 - 22 High St, Rottingdean, BN2 7HR Ages 5-11 8

All under 12s must be accompanied by an adult, unless otherwise stated


DISSOLVING AND EVAPORATING: LEMONADE & COCONUT BARFI 1:00pm, 3:00pm (1 hr. 30) Captivating chemistry abounds in this hands-on workshop from the Making Place, as you take on solids, liquids and gases. Make them hiss, sizzle and pop with experiments on everyday objects. Then make yourself dinner with some coconut barfi sweets and lemonade to take home at the end. City College, Pelham St, BN1 4FA Tickets £6 per child (Accompanying adults free). Ages 5-10

MYSTERY AT FRANKENSTEIN CASTLE 2:00pm, 3:30pm, 5:00pm, (7:30pm, 9:00pm) (1 hr.) Leave the edge of your seat and step into a unique immersive theatre experience. You are in an abandoned lab, with a storm brewing and a monster to bring to life. This is theatre that you help create. Solve puzzles, Think outside the box. Do you have what it takes to give the monster the spark of life? Sweet Dukebox, The Iron Duke, 3 Waterloo St, BN3 1AQ Tickets £10 (£50 group of 6). Spaces very limited Ages 12+ (7:30pm & 9:00pm are 18+ due to licensing restrictions) DROP IN & DO 2:00pm – 5:00pm (drop-in) See listing for Tuesday 14th February Brighton Museum, Royal Pavilion Gardens, BN1 1EE Ages 7+

BEHIND THE SCENES AT PHOENIX BRIGHTON 2:00pm – 3:30pm (drop-in) What do artists and scientists have in common? A lot, as you will find on this one-off tour behind the scenes of Phoenix Brighton. Take a look at the artists’ workplaces, see the material and techniques they use, how they develop their ideas, and how artists learn from scientists while scientists are inspired by artists. Phoenix Brighton, 10-14 Waterloo Place, BN2 9NB Tickets £5/3. Ages 6+

BUILD BRIGHTON DROP-IN SESSION 6.30pm – 8:00pm (drop-in) With everything from DIY electronic circuits, Lego Mindstorms and a walking, talking, dancing robot, the MakerSpace opens its doors. Meet MakerSpace members and find out how you can get involved in some clever, interactive technology projects. Rodhus (Freehold Terrace entrance), Hollingdean Rd, BN2 4AB Tickets £2.50 per person. Ages 6+.

FESTIVAL OF THE SPOKEN NERD VS GEORGE EGG 7.30pm Fresh from gate-crashing BBC’s QI, the unstoppable Festival of the Spoken Nerd team up with 'anarchist cook' George Egg, bringing science into the house and cooking out of the kitchen. With live experiments, DIY science and songs inspired by their BBC Radio 4 comedy series Domestic Science they will prove scientifically that you don’t need expensive kit or a fancy laboratory to do experiments at home. An unforgettable explosion of cosmic comedy and scientific surrealism, culminating in the creation of the most scientifically accurate (and probably inedible) dessert ever made. The Old Market, 11A Upper Market St, BN3 1AS Tickets £12.50 / 10. Ages 12+

Tickets and information www.BrightonScience.com

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THURSDAY 16 FEBRUARY

FUN LEARNING - GAMES WORKSHOP 10:00am - 3.00pm (drop-in) With tantalising brainteasers to stretch the brain cells, co-operation games, family games and competitive games, Fun Learning has a magnificent compendium of fantastic family activities and logic puzzles. There’s so much fun going on, you won’t even realise you’re learning so much. Fun Learning understands that every child is different. By playing the games themselves each staff member is given the time and experience they need to advise you and offer a solution. You leave Fun Learning with the right product or advice and not the latest promotion or craze. City College, Pelham St, BN1 4FA FREE. All ages. MORE SCIENCE FOR WINTER AFTERNOONS See listing for Wednesday 15 February City College, Pelham St, BN1 4FA All ages.

10:30am - 4:00pm (drop-in)

SCIENCE: THE BEST BITS 11:30am, 2:00pm (1 hr. 30) Ian B Dunne takes you on a whistle-stop tour through the wonders of the universe - from Galileo dropping things, to outer space, via singing dinosaurs, murderous plants and much more. Complete with demonstrations, experiments, specimens, lights, laughs and maybe a funny smell. A talk for all ages from infants to infinity. Ian is one of the country's leading practitioners in science public engagement and knows that if the adults do not enjoy themselves as well, they will not bring their kids. Armed only with a venue, a table, some water and an electric socket Ian encourages people to think differently about the world around them, to realise that science is rather cool and that being interested is a good thing. The Brighthelm Centre, North Road, BN1 1YD Tickets £7 per person or £25 for a family of 4. Ages 4+ ART LAB 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:00pm (40 mins) See listing for Monday 13 February Arthropod Arts Shop, 20 - 22 High St, Rottingdean, BN2 7HR Tickets £6 per child. Ages 5-11 MOTORISED MONSTERS: SERIES & PARALLEL CIRCUITS 1:00pm, 3:00pm (1 hr. 30) Wire up some light bulbs, introduce a motor and a battery to the mix ... Lo! You have your very own hopping monster to take home. A neat introduction to electricity and circuits for children and parents from the Making Place. Linklater Pavilion, Railway Land Wildlife Trust, Lewes, BN7 2FG Tickets £6 per child (Accompanying adults free). Ages 6-11 MYSTERY AT FRANKENSTEIN CASTLE 2:00pm, 3:30pm, 5:00pm, (7:30pm, 9:00pm) (1 hr.) See listing for Wednesday 15 February. Sweet Dukebox, The Iron Duke, 3 Waterloo St, BN3 1AQ.

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Ages 12+

All under 12s must be accompanied by an adult, unless otherwise stated


FRIDAY 17 FEBRUARY

HIDDEN WORLDS DISCOVERY DAY 10:00am – 12:00pm & 1:30pm – 4:00pm (drop-in) Delve deep into the Booth Museum's collection and find creepy creatures hidden in plain sight. See miniature sea beasts through microscopes, meet strange animals that only come out at night, and shiver at terrifying parasites that live inside other parasites. There’s more to nature than meets the eye. Booth Museum, 194 Dyke Rd, BN1 5AA FREE. All ages

BRIGHTON SCI-SCREEN – FINDING DORY 1:30 - 4.45 (film at 3.00) Dory is a fish, on a quest to track down her parents ... and her memory. Will she succeed? A screening of the hit Pixar film, follows hands-on activities and discussions with scientists who work on protecting sea life, and others researching where our memories come from. Goldfish welcome. 1:30pm Hands-on activities - 2:10pm Talks from researchers - 3:00-4:45pm Film Sallis Benney Theatre, 58 - 67 Grand Parade , BN2 0JY Tickets £8 /6 Under 2s FREE. All ages. MOTORISED MONSTERS: SERIES & PARALLEL CIRCUITS 1:00pm, 3:00pm (1 hr. 30) See listing for Thursday 16 February City College, Pelham St, BN1 4FA Ages 6-11

MARTY JOPSON: THE SCIENCE OF EVERYDAY LIFE 2:00pm (doors 1:30) Top BBC scientist Marty Jopson answers the questions we never knew we wanted to ask: Why are cakes fluffy? Why do bubbles burst? And why would you want to hit a clock with a hammer? All this (and more) will be explained, as Marty destroys electrical devices and makes a mess, all in the name of science. City College, Pelham St, BN1 4FA Tickets £10/8. Ages 7+

MYSTERY AT FRANKENSTEIN CASTLE 2:00pm, 3:30pm, 5:00pm, (7:30pm, 9:00pm) (1 hr.) See listing for Wednesday 15 February Sweet Dukebox, The Iron Duke, 3 Waterloo St, BN3 1AQ.

Ages 12+

DROP IN & DO 2:00pm – 5:00pm (drop-in) See listing for Tuesday 14th February Brighton Museum, Royal Pavilion Gardens, BN1 1EE. Ages 7+

THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE MIND: THE SCIENCE OF THE PARANORMAL 7:00pm (doors at 6:30pm) Why do people have ghostly experiences? Are some individuals really able to predict the future? Can we read each other's minds? And what's the connection between so-called 'psychic energy' and neuroscience? Top parapsychologist Caroline Watt presents a spectral spectacle as we take a look at the science of the paranormal. Over a quarter of us claim to have seen a ghost - find out what we know about the spirit world, and what it tells us about ourselves. Friends Meeting House, Ship St, BN1 1AF Tickets £6/3. Ages 12+

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SATURDAY 18 FEBRUARY

VOICE ON A LIGHTBEAM 11:00am - 4.00pm (drop-in) Using light to transmit our voices could allow us to communicate across the vacuum of space. Jonathan Hare will help you put your voice on a light-beam. In collaboration with the Towner Art Gallery’s exhibition ‘A Certain Kind of Light.’ Towner Art Gallery, Devonshire Park, College Road, Eastbourne, BN21 4JJ FREE. All ages

SINGING WITH IPADS 2:00pm (2 hrs.) Even if you’ve never done it before, you can be in a choir right here and now. How? Participants are given an iPad on which their line of music appears, a bit at a time, everyone sings their notes, the conductor controls the tempo through the iPads and Bingo! You are a choir. Friends Meeting House, Ship St, BN1 1AF FREE (ticketed). All ages - Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. OLIVER MEECH: WHEN MAGIC AND SCIENCE COLLIDE 2:00pm Magic and science collide as Oliver Meech astounds you with amazing tricks, and then unveils the scintillating science that makes them work. It’s a comedy magic show for the QI generation. Sweet Dukebox, The Iron Duke, 3 Waterloo Street, BN3 1AQ Tickets £5/4. (Show + Workshop for £7 - under 16s only) Ages 7+

OLIVER MEECH: SCIENCE SECRETS BEHIND MAGIC 2.0 3:30pm (1 hr.) A good magician never reveals how it’s done, but this is a science festival! Oliver Meech lifts the lid on the science behind the magic in this one-off workshop. Learn the secrets and try the tricks yourself! Sweet Dukebox, The Iron Duke, 3 Waterloo Street, BN3 1AQ Tickets £5 (accompanying adults free, 1 per child). Ages 7-16

ENSONGLOPEDIA OF SCIENCE 6:00pm (1 hr.) An alphabetical and musical journey through science. We discover how octopuses smell, how to make one twin age faster than the other, how everything began and eventually how everything will end. Expect the unexpected – and expect it to rhyme. Critical acclaim for John Hinton: “Here’s a treasure… handled with something close to brilliance… for respect, theatricality, wit and decency, this one’s a winner”. Libby Purves, The Times “It's clever, heartfelt and it’s made me the most excited I've been about science in years.” Broadway Baby ★★★★★

Komedia Studio, 44-47 Gardner St, BN1 1UN Tickets £10 / 7. Ages 7+

SMOKE AND MIRRORS: THE SCIENCE OF MAGIC AND ILLUSION 7:30pm (doors 7:00pm ) Whether it’s making objects disappear into thin air, defying gravity or predicting the future, magicians use science and psychology to perform amazing tricks. Richard Wiseman is Professor of the Public Understanding of Science at the University of Hertfordshire. He is also a magician. He is also very funny. His YouTube channel Quirkology has had more than 350 million views. Sallis Benney Theatre, 67 Grand Parade, BN2 0JY Tickets £10/8. Ages 12+ 12

All under 12s must be accompanied by an adult, unless otherwise stated


SUNDAY 19 FEBRUARY

BEACH CLEAN 12:00pm (2 hrs.) Meet at ONCA at noon and head to the beach for a citizen science clean-up. We will collect all the rubbish we find in an hour, and bring it back to the gallery to sort, and discuss the science and impact on Brighton. Co-hosted by ONCA, Creative Bloom, Zero Waste Brighton and The Deans Volunteers. ONCA Gallery, 14 St George's Place, BN1 4GB FREE. All ages GRIM HISTORIES – THE VICTORIAN SCIENCE OF MURDER 3:00pm (1 hr. 30) You’re invited to join us on a virtual tour around the country, discovering the people and inventions that helped solve some of the most infamous murders in history - the use of fingerprints, the art of detection, post mortem analysis and more. Not suitable for those of a weak constitution. You have been warned! Sweet Dukebox, The Iron Duke, 3 Waterloo Street, BN3 1AQ Tickets adults £6.50, under 16s £4 Ages 12+

WEDNESDAY 22 FEBRUARY

MOTORISED MONSTERS: SERIES & PARALLEL CIRCUITS 1:00pm, 3:00pm (1 hr. 30) See listing for Thursday 16 February Deers Leap Bicycle Park, Saint Hill, East Grinstead, RH19 4NG

THURSDAY 23 FEBRUARY

Ages 6-11

DISSOLVING AND EVAPORATING: LEMONADE & COCONUT BARFI 1:00pm, 3:00pm (1 hr. 30) See listing for Wednesday 15th February Deers Leap Bicycle Park, Saint Hill, East Grinstead, RH19 4NG Ages 5-10

SATURDAY 25 FEBRUARY

UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX @ LONGHILL SCHOOL 9:30am - 12:30pm An action-packed morning with scientific activities that cover all the bases (and acids). Fire up a bunsen burner and make a chemical reaction, use science to create art, or get the knives out and conduct a dissection. Whatever your interest, we have a workshop that will leave you inspired and enthusiastic about science and the move to secondary school. Each session will be supported by Longhill pupils and supervised by experienced Longhill teachers.

The school science department has been offering a Saturday Science Club for Year 5 & 6 children in the Autumn term for several years. The sessions have been very popular so numbers have had to be limited, but by teaming up with Sussex University’s energetic training teachers there are more places this time. Longhill High School, Falmer Road, Rottingdean, BN2 7FR FREE. To reserve places see website. Ages 7-11

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Venues on map 1 - Sallis Benney Theatre, 58-67 Grand Parade, BN2 0JY

2 - ONCA Arts & Ecology, 14 St George's Place, BN1 4GB 3 - City College, Pelham St, BN1 4FA

4 - Jubilee Library, Jubilee St, BN1 1GE

5 - Komedia, 44-47 Gardner St, BN1 1UN 6 - Made, 66 North Rd, BN1 1YD

7 - Brighton Museum, Royal Pavilion Gardens, BN1 1EE 8 - Friends Meeting House, Ship St, BN1 1AF

9 - Brighton Youth Centre, 64 Edward St, BN2 0JR

10 - Phoenix Brighton, 10-14 Waterloo Place, BN2 9NB.

11 - Brighton & Hove High School, Montpelier Road, BN1 3AT 12 - The Hope And Ruin, 11-12 Queens Rd, BN1 3WA 13 - The Brighthelm Centre, North Road, BN1 1YD 14 - Al Campo, 84-86 London Rd, BN1 4JF

15 - Brighton Eagle Lab, 1 Preston Rd, BN1 4QU

16 - Bleach. Above the Hare and Hounds, 75 London Rd, BN1 4JF 17 - The Old Market, 11a Upper Market St, BN3 1AS

18 - Rodhus (Freehold Terrace entrance), Hollingdean Rd, BN2 4AB 19 - Booth Museum, 194 Dyke Rd, BN1 5AA

20 - Sweet Dukebox, The Iron Duke, 3 Waterloo St, BN3 1AQ Venues off the map

Deers Leap Bicycle Park, Saint Hill, East Grinstead, RH19 4NG

Longhill High School, Falmer Road, Rottingdean, BN2 7FR

Arthropod Arts Shop, 20 - 22 High St, Rottingdean, BN2 7HR

Linklater Pavilion, Railway Land Wildlife Trust, Lewes, BN7 2FG

Towner Art Gallery, Devonshire Park, College Road, Eastbourne, BN21 4JJ

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Travelling to Hove Park School for Bright Sparks

Address: Hove Park Upper School, Nevill Road, Hove, BN3 7BN

Train: 5 min walk from Aldrington Station. Right onto Old Shoreham Rd, then first left onto Nevill Rd. The school is 200m on the left.

Bus: The 5 and 5A go from Churchill Sq. to Sackville Rd, travelling every ten minutes on Saturday and every twenty minutes on Sunday. Car: On street parking available. Limited parking on school grounds available.

Travelling to events in central Brighton

We recommend taking public transport into the centre of town. Street parking is very limited, although there are several car parks (marked P on map).

Tickets

Buy tickets at www.brightonscience.com and on the door at most events. A booking fee will normally apply. Check carefully.

Some drop-in workshops will sell tickets on the door only.

Often adults will be expected to participate as well, and therefore to buy a ticket

Disabled Access: See website for further details.

Age Restrictions: at all events, children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. ‘Recommended’ ages are given for all events, though you must make your own judgement.

Concessions are available for under 16s, NHS Staff, students, senior citizens (over 60) and the unwaged. Proof of concession is required when buying or collecting tickets.

Brighton Science Festival

18 Temple Street Brighton BN1 3BH 01273 777 628

Richard@BrightonScience.com

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