If you were unable to attend this year’s Science in the City festival, don’t worry! You can still experience the magic of science by accessing the Virtual Festival.
The Virtual Festival will bring the spectacular performances of this year’s Science in the City Festival to your screens! You can relive the excitement of the festival and catch any performances you may have missed. The Virtual Festival is a great opportunity to experience how researchers and artists engage with people of all ages to solve current issues using scientific knowledge and creativity.
Don’t miss out on this year’s Virtual Festival on November 17, 2023!
What is to be expected?
Amphora and Brutus are on their way to Crete to find the mythological beast that has haunted Crete for millennia. Will they find the infamous Minotaur or will science and research show this monster’s true nature? (By Jeremy Grech & Alessio Magro)
🩸 Brilliant Blood
Blood truly is brilliant, and this brand-new show shows you exactly why this is! An exploration of blood, what it is, what it does and what happens if we start to lose it. (By Queen Mary University London)
🌱 Kids Dig Science
An interactive theatre which taps into a child’s desire to explore and discover, while learning how to problem-solve in the most creative of ways.
An artistic production based on the research of Valletta Primary School students, reflecting the voice of the community. (By Vuċijiet Beltin)
👚 What We Wear
What We Wear follows clothing items as they are passed from person to person, exploring stories of love, loss, identity, and self-expression while juxtaposing the realities of clothing made and used sustainably, with stories of clothing churned out by the fast fashion machine (By Alex Weenink, Zofia Stelmaszczyk and Maria Agius Muscat)
Has the programme of our virtual festival caught your interest?
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