Simply Stars (quiet)

Stars, constellations and planets in tonight's sky. 

A traditional planetarium show. Sit back under a simple starry sky and learn to recognise constellations, groups of stars and other objects that can be seen at this time of year, including planets when these are in the right place to see them.

The live presenter gives hints and tips for how to best learn your way around the sky, focusing on bright, easy-to-find objects visible from the average back-garden or town park.

Suitable for beginner stargazers, this show is best for ages 6yr+.  


Quiet Shows

 

Our quiet shows are for those who would prefer a quiet environment throughout the show. All visitors are welcome in any of our shows. We also host chatterbox and autism-friendly shows, which may be better suited to young children or those with sensory sensitivities.

 

Tickets

£3.50 with General Admission or £6.60 standalone.

Tickets can be purchased online as planetarium-only or combined with a general entry ticket to the Science Centre.

Quiet Shows

Our quiet shows are for those who would prefer a quiet environment throughout the show. All visitors are welcome in any of our shows. We also host chatterbox and autism-friendly shows, which may be better suited to young children or those with sensory sensitivities.

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Quiet Show

Saturday 20 October
2:50pm
Sunday 21 October
2:50pm
Monday 22 October
2:50pm
Tuesday 23 October
2:50pm
Wednesday 24 October
3:40pm
Thursday 25 October
3:40pm
Friday 26 October
3:40pm
Saturday 27 October
3:40pm
Sunday 28 October
3:40pm
Monday 29 October
2:50pm
Tuesday 30 October
2:50pm
Wednesday 31 October
3:40pm
Thursday 01 November
3:40pm
Friday 02 November
3:40pm
Saturday 03 November
3:40pm
Sunday 04 November
3:40pm
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Advisory

Content: planets are featured only if they are visible to the naked eye around the date of the show. Sometimes there are simply none to find as their positions in their orbits mean they are only up in the daytime.

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. However, of the shows available Simply Stars has less movement, including significant periods where the view of the sky remains the same.