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Festival of What If at We The Curious

Festival of What If at We The Curious

Check out the Festival of What If and the upcoming summer programme at Bristol's premiere interactive science venue!

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Interactive science venue, We The Curious's summer season begins with an exciting six day Festival of What If (26 July - 31 July). There’ll be inspirational activities, art, music, comedy, pop-up cafés and some very special guests!

In the Planetarium, explore space like never before in the superb new show ‘Solar System Odyssey’ (25 July onwards) and book early for  special Aardman clay modelling workshops (26 - 29 July), where you can learn to make your very own Gromit. Special guests and booking details to follow soon.
 
Over the rest of the summer holidays, We The Curious are focussing on inventing, creating and making discoveries, and will explore the question ‘What if I could change the world?’ Get inspired by fun workshops, explosive shows and space adventures in the Planetarium, and get the chance to meet artists and researchers as they work at We The Curious.

Find We The Curious' full programme of events on their website.
 

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