.For the March/April school holidays
Morris Mouse has a household problem that he has difficulty solving! One night our little furry hero has a rather strange dream, in which he meets and talks to a few most unusual characters. He asks them to help him and in the process, sees many wonderful sights. But was it all a dream ... or wasn't it? Join us and decide for yourself!
19 March – 4 April
Monday to Friday – 11:00, 12:00 & 15:00
Saturday – 12:00 & 15:30
Sunday – 12:00 & 15:30
Especially for children aged 5 years and older
For teenagers & adults
15 Billion BC
Join us and look back more than 15 billion years in time, to the very edge of the observable universe! Learn about the structure and components of the universe and how to recognise the star patterns we see with the naked eye.
Starts 19 March
Monday to Friday – 14:00 (excluding 27 April, 2 May, 6, 16 June)
Tuesday evening - 20:00 (& sky talk) (excluding 1 May)
Saturday - 14:30
Sunday - 14:30
27 April – 14:30
2 May - 14:30
16 June – 14:30
Full Circle: Star lore comes back to Africa
Will the dreaming skies of Africa finally reveal their secrets as tomorrow’s technology continues to replace yesterday’s magic? When African-based astronomy, in the form of the Square Kilometre Array, the biggest assembly of telescopes in history, looks back over immeasurable times and distances, will we finally answer the most important question ever asked: where did we come from? Or will we carry on dreaming?
21 March – 4 April
Monday to Friday – 14:00
Suitable for teenagers & adults