There are hundreds of events taking place in the region every month, from seminars, networking events to round table discussions, awards ceremonies and science-related cultural activities. Regardless of interests or expertise, there is bound to be plenty of fixtures which pique your interest and what better way to engage with the Glasgow City of Science community than confirming attendance to one or two.
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Warning: science alert! The chaotic TV show goes live in an explosive spectacle of science-based fun, in which Brainiac Joe escapes from Brainiac HQ leaving a trail of wacky experiments and exploded hypotheses along the way
Dates : 02 Feb 2019
Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure
Following his visits to Dorchester, Birmingham, Belfast and Glasgow, the Natural History Museum's famous Diplodocus cast 'Dippy' is coming to the Great North Museum: Hancock in May 2019
Dippy lived in London for over 100 years but now he's on an adventure around the UK
Dates : 22 Jan 2019, 23 Jan 2019, 24 Jan 2019, 25 Jan 2019, 26 Jan 2019, 27 Jan 2019, 28 Jan 2019, 29 Jan 2019, 30 Jan 2019, ... and more
Stargazing at Mugdock
Learn some fascinating facts about space
Dates : 11 Jan 2019, 28 Feb 2019
Marvellous Meteors -- No Children Required!
Thu 13th Dec 2018
A ranger-led event where interested adults can hear a short talk on the stars, before searching the December skies for meteors and constellations.
Sat 2nd Feb 2019
Warning: science alert! The chaotic TV show goes live in an explosive spectacle of science-based fun, in which Brainiac Joe escapes from Brainiac HQ leaving a trail of wacky experiments and exploded hypotheses along the way.
Glasgow Science Festival: Glasgow Explores
Thu 6th Jun 2019 - Sun 16th Jun 2019
A packed programme of workshops, shows, films, discussion, exhibitions and art collaborations allows budding scientists to sit back and learn something new or don safety goggles and take part in an experiment.
Glasgow International Comedy Festival
Thu 14th Mar 2019 - Sun 31st Mar 2019
Glasgow's comedy festival birls back into your life, getting ever more impressive with each outing. For 2019, you're looking at a lineup of Craig Hill, Janey Godley, Julian Clary and more.
The Mackintosh Festival
Wed 12th Dec 2018 - Mon 31st Dec 2018
Festival celebrating the creative genius of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The programme includes exhibitions and tours as well as the opportunity to unleash your own creativity through workshops and activities.
Professor Brian Cox
Tue 19th Feb 2019
Professor Brian Cox takes audiences on a journey through space and time. The particle physicist is best known for his popular BBC series Wonders of ? and non-fiction titles including Why Does E=mc²? and The Quantum Universe.
RSNO: Sci-Fi Spectacular!
Sat 26th Jan 2019 - Sat 26th Jan 2019
The Force is strong with this one, as conductor Anthony Weeden and presenter Tom Redmond captain the RSNO on a fantastic journey through the most thrilling film music ever inspired by science fiction. From 001: A Space Odyssey to Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Avatar to Alien and of course Star Wars and Star Trek, it's an adventure beyond time and space. So beam aboard, as we boldly go where no concert has gone before!
Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure
Tue 22nd Jan 2019 - Mon 6th May 2019
Following his visits to Dorchester, Birmingham, Belfast and Glasgow, the Natural History Museum's famous Diplodocus cast 'Dippy' is coming to the Great North Museum: Hancock in May 2019. Dippy lived in London for over 100 years but now he's on an adventure around the UK. The Diplodocus was unveiled to the British public in 1905 and was cast from the type specimen found in America. The full skeleton is 21.3 metres long, 4.3 metres wide and 4.25 metres high. Come and see Dippy and get inspired about the natural world! Find out more about #DippyOnTour Contact Nigel Merriman for more information: Nigel.Merriman@twmuseums.org.uk | (0191) 277 2269
Blue Planet II: Live In Concert
Thu 21st Mar 2019
Return to the seas as fantastic footage from BBC's flagship nature programme, Blue Planet II, plays with a live soundtrack performed live by a full symphony orchestra. Narrated by Anita Rani.
The RIP Scottish Maritime Museum Paranormal Investigation
Sat 16th Feb 2019
The paranormal team investigate the haunted Scottish Maritime Museum and the old tenement flat in Irvine.