Come and dance the night away at our science-charged ceilidh for National Science and Engineering Week.
Come and dance the night away at our science-charged ceilidh with live music supplied by the Rollin’ Stovies. Take part in dances including the Dashing White Scientist, Strip the Theorist, Canadian Boffin Dance and much more. Interweaving the dynamic dances will be science-comedy turns featuring St Andrews lecturer Dr Alun Hughes and Bright Club star Peter Harrison. Hot stovies will be included in your ticket price and there will be the chance to win great prizes in our quantum quiz. Why wouldn’t you be there?
Tickets are priced £6 (£4 concession) and booking is strongly recommended. Please call TechFest-SetPoint on 01224 274348.
We have a great selection of events happening during National Science and Engineering Week and its theme of 'Our World in Motion' - check out the full programme at www.abdn.ac.uk/science/public/nsew
Also happening through the week are several fascinating cafe scientifique sessions, an inspiring talk at Aberdeen Sports Village by Andrew Murray, who ran 101 marathions in 77 days. cafe MED. And don't forget the Discovery Day at Satrosphere Science Centre on Saturday March 17 where a mere £1 gets you entry to a host of great activies, including birds of prey, Mr Bug, the Secret Life of the Skeleton Show, robotics workshops, making your own plastic and much more.
National Science and Engineering Week is supported by BP, the University of Aberdeen and the Scottish Government and coordinated annual in Aberdeen City and Shire by the British Science Association Aberdeen Branch.
Hosted by: University of Aberdeen
Venue: Elphinstone Hall