Explore the wonders of the cosmos at a festive Lates evening of martian merriment and space experiments
Ready for a free night of cosmic wonders and celestial revelry? Join us for an enchanting evening where the wonders of the universe come to South Kensington. From driving mars rovers and building lunar bases to icy moon cocktails, intergalactic art and extra-terrestrial Xmas decorations – this promises to be an out of this world evening of discovery with our Imperial space scientists.
Throw in junk yard astronaut suits, mince pies, live meteorite impacts, space comedy, Einstein and a DJ not scared to play the odd Christmas classic and we are expecting a great evening of universal entertainment.
Drop-in anytime between 6-9pm.
Register for this Imperial Lates to receive a preview of the full programme of live demonstrations, workshops and talks, and help us track attendance numbers. Please note that registration alone does not guarantee seats for our talks or workshops.
All of the spaces are wheelchair accessible, as are the entrance and toilets. There are lifts to any activities on other levels. If you have any specific needs, please don’t hesitate to get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Imperial Lates are most suitable for ages 18+
Imperial Lates are in the main entrance of Imperial College London’s South Kensington campus. To find the event please enter off Exhibition Road. The nearest train stations are South Kensington and Gloucester Road. You can find the entrance with what3words at debate.party.plenty.