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Family Space Show

A cartoon rocket takes off against a navy blue background

Event schedule details

Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 June

13.30 - 14.10, 15.00-15.40, 16.30-17.10

Event location details

Room LT200

City & Guilds Building, Imperial College London

Join us as we journey to the stars!

Help presenter Scott as we explore the amazing world of space in this live interactive science show. Explore distant planets, see a rocket blast off and find out what comets are really made from. You’ll discover how scientists get into space, how they stay safe, learn about some of the amazing moons and planets in our solar system and more!

Shows will run 13.30 - 14.10, 15.00-15.40 and 16.30-17.10 on both Saturday and Sunday

Visitor information

This is a drop in event that is most suitable for ages 7-11. The event has step-free access.

The event will have some advance tickets released to visitors closer to the Festival weekend as well as having drop in spaces on the day.

If you have an advance ticket, please arrive at the venue 10 minutes before the start time. Your ticket gives you priority access, however, as this is a free event we overbook to help ensure a full event and your space may be reallocated. Early arrival reduces this risk.

To attend the Festival, please make sure to register for free. Registering is the only way to receive the latest Festival updates, a first look at the programme, and opportunities to book free tickets for popular events.

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Event categories

  • Family (ages 5+)
  • Performance
A cartoon rocket takes off against a navy blue background