Film screening in the unique setting of the planetarium.
The film stars David Oyelowo as the iconic civil rights leader and tracks King’s struggle to secure voting rights for all people, culminating in the march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, and President Lyndon Johnson’s signing of the Voting Rights Act of 1965..
5.20pm: Hidden Figures film, tickets can be purchased separately
7.45pm: doors open, cafe open for drinks and snacks
8pm: Film begins (no trailers)
10.10pm: Film ends (approx)
Please note the age rating:
Rated 12 – Minimum age to attend is 12 yrs old. Those aged 12 and over are welcome to attend this screening without an accompanying adult.
Tickets £5 per person per screening. Annual pass holders receive a 10% discount.
Advance booking recommended. Fully licensed bar available - we operate a Challenge 25 policy, so anyone who looks under 25 would need to show ID to buy alcohol.
The Science Centre closes to general entry visitors at 5pm. Doors to the planetarium for the film screening will open 15 minutes before the advertised start time.
Please note this is a standard-format 2D films projected onto the planetarium screen, rather than a 360 degree fulldome film. The exhibition will be closed during this screenings.