Black Holes

Great visuals and challenging science

Find out what black holes are, how they are formed and how astronomers have been able to discover them in space. Finally take a jaw-dropping voyage to the monster at the centre of our own galaxy, a sequence that uses real science to recreate the distorted view of the universe you would experience as you approached a real black hole. Narrated by Liam Neeson.

This show is best for adults and children aged 10yr+.

Tickets

Standard rate of £5, or just £2.80 if also buying entry to the hands-on exhibition.

Friday 24 February
4:30pm
Saturday 25 February
4:30pm
Sunday 26 February
4:30pm
Monday 27 February
4:30pm
Thursday 02 March
3:30pm
Saturday 04 March
12:30pm
Saturday 04 March
4:20pm
Sunday 05 March
12:30pm
Sunday 05 March
4:20pm
Monday 06 March
3:30pm
Friday 10 March
3:30pm
Saturday 11 March
12:30pm
Saturday 11 March
4:20pm
Sunday 12 March
12:30pm
Sunday 12 March
4:20pm
Saturday 18 March
12:30pm
Saturday 18 March
4:20pm
Sunday 19 March
12:30pm
Sunday 19 March
4:20pm
Saturday 25 March
12:30pm
Saturday 25 March
4:20pm
Sunday 26 March
12:30pm
Sunday 26 March
4:20pm
Saturday 01 April
12:30pm
Saturday 01 April
4:20pm
Sunday 02 April
12:30pm
Sunday 02 April
4:20pm
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Advisory

Visual warning: as with all planetarium shows, this show includes large moving images which may affect people with photosensitive epilepsy, balance disorders and/or extreme motion sickness.