Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock

An event for all the family to ask big questions about the universe. How long would it take me to fly to a star? What would happen if I fell into a black hole? Can I get a phone signal in space? From whether there are rainbows on other planets to what dinner tastes like on the International Space Station, renowned space scientist and BBC broadcaster Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock MBE will be sharing mind-blowing facts, insights and explanations.

Dr Maggie is committed to inspiring new generations of astronauts, engineers and scientists. In 2009 she was appointed an MBE for her services to science and education. She presents the BBC’s The Sky at Night and Mini Stargazing for CBeebies, and is President of the British Science Association.

Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times; adults and children each need to purchase a ticket for this event.

Event Information

Event Date Sat 25 Feb 11:00 am
Individual Price £8.00
Venue The Alexander Centre