We are Astronomers - SEN friendly

Incredibly stylish show about modern astronomy. 

We are Astronomers reveals the global collaboration, technology and dedication required to answer the unresolved questions of the Universe. Travel from the big bang to the future of astronomy, see the James Webb telescope and take a hurtling trip around the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.

Designed for 11-19yr olds and enjoyed by ages 8yr+. This show is beautifully produced, has a great sound-track and is narrated by former Doctor Who actor David Tennant.

Visitor comment: "Awesome, unmissable, mindblowing, stunning. The way the show was put together was fantastic"

Find out more and watch clips at http://weareastronomers.com/.

Tickets

£3.50 with general admission and £6.60 standalone.

Advisory: This show is suitable for families with younger children and is SEN friendly. 

We have introduced an afternoon SEN friendly show this Easter holiday (Friday 30 March – Monday 16 April). This show will feature every day in our planetarium schedule at 3:30pm.

The capacity of the planetarium has been reduced, there will be low level lighting left on throughout the show and quieter sound levels. Visitors are free to vocalise their enjoyment and communicate, and staff will be on hand to help anyone who needs assistance. The show is an animated fulldome film that lasts approximately 25 minutes. 

We are reviewing our weekend and school holiday programme to provide more varied SEN screenings in the near future.

If you have any feedback or questions please contact us on info@winchestersciencecentre.org or by calling 01962 863791.

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.

 

 

Chatterbox Show (talking allowed)

Saturday 12 May
4:20pm
Sunday 13 May
4:20pm
Saturday 19 May
4:20pm
Sunday 20 May
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.