Friday Night Life: 28th April

@ Life Science Centre

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28 April 2017

Adult (18+) £8.00 Adult (18+) including dinner £13.00

Have a drink, enjoy some food and explore Life Science Centre after hours. Experiment on yourself and others in the Brain Zone, don a lab coat and release your inner scientist in the Experiment Zone and see why Life’s planetarium is the most popular in Britain.

There’s also the option to pre-book dinner for the night – see below for details.

Limited capacity – early booking advised.

What you can enjoy on 28 April:

  • Pre-book a delicious dinner – see below for more information.

  • Don a lab coat and release your inner scientist in the Experiment Zone.

  • Experiment on yourself and others in the Brain Zone.

  • Paid bar.

  • Get creative with some maker activities.

  • Explore exhibitions including Brick History – a journey into over 50 of the most pivotal moments in world history – recreated in LEGO® bricks.

PRE-BOOK your dinner along with your admission ticket for just £13.00 per person. Enjoy chilli with rice and garlic bread (vegetarian option available), served in our Life Café. Dinner will be available from 7.00pm – 8.00pm. This is an online offer only. Please let us know if you would like the vegetarian option in the Additional Requirements box when booking your tickets.

Part of the Brain Zone series of events and activities devised to celebrate the opening of the Brain Zone at Life Science Centre. The Brain Zone is supported by the Wellcome Trust.

Venue
Life Science Centre
Times Square
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 4EP
Tyne and Wear
NE1 4EP

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