Faster Than Light

From atomic spaceships to the warp drive: explore the technology that may one day take us to the stars.

Narrated by Sean Bean

The impulse to strike out into the unknown, to see what’s over the horizon… is as old as humanity. Today, a whole new horizon beckons. Scientists now believe that our galaxy is filled with solar systems, including up to 9 billion Sun-like stars with planets similar to Earth.

Astronomers are racing to find habitable worlds, including any that might exist in the neighborhood of our Sun. But if we find one, how will we ever get there? How long will it take? What rocket designs might one day conquer the voids of space?

Faster Than Light: the Dream of Interstellar Flight will dazzle audiences with virtual rides aboard spacecraft of the future. They are based on whole new technologies designed to achieve ultra-high speeds, using exotic next generation rocket fuels and breakthrough concepts in physics. How far can our technology take us?

 The science content is most appropriate for ages 11yr+, as it best suits those who have already encountered the idea of atoms. However, the entrancing visualisations and concepts will draw all ages into the futuristic universe created within this incredible show. 

 See teaser trailer below...

 

Tickets

£3.50 with general admission and £6.60 standalone.

Sunday 24 June
3:30pm
Saturday 30 June
3:30pm
Sunday 01 July
3:30pm
Saturday 07 July
3:30pm
Sunday 08 July
3:30pm
Saturday 14 July
3:30pm
Sunday 15 July
3:30pm
Saturday 21 July
3:30pm
Sunday 22 July
3:30pm
Monday 23 July
3:30pm
Tuesday 24 July
3:30pm
Wednesday 25 July
3:30pm
Thursday 26 July
3:30pm
Friday 27 July
3:30pm
Saturday 28 July
3:30pm
Sunday 29 July
3:30pm
Monday 30 July
3:30pm
Tuesday 31 July
3:30pm
Wednesday 01 August
3:30pm
Thursday 02 August
3:30pm
Friday 03 August
3:30pm
Saturday 04 August
3:30pm
Sunday 05 August
3:30pm
Monday 06 August
3:30pm
Tuesday 07 August
3:30pm
Wednesday 08 August
3:30pm
Thursday 09 August
3:30pm
Friday 10 August
3:30pm
Saturday 11 August
3:30pm
Sunday 12 August
3:30pm
Monday 13 August
3:30pm
Tuesday 14 August
3:30pm
Wednesday 15 August
3:30pm
Thursday 16 August
3:30pm
Friday 17 August
3:30pm
Saturday 18 August
3:30pm
Sunday 19 August
3:30pm
Monday 20 August
3:30pm
Tuesday 21 August
3:30pm
Wednesday 22 August
3:30pm
Thursday 23 August
3:30pm
Friday 24 August
3:30pm
Saturday 25 August
3:30pm
Sunday 26 August
3:30pm
Monday 27 August
3:30pm
Tuesday 28 August
3:30pm
Wednesday 29 August
3:30pm
Thursday 30 August
3:30pm
Friday 31 August
3:30pm
Saturday 01 September
3:30pm
Sunday 02 September
3:30pm
Monday 03 September
3:30pm
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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.