Events at the Royal Observatory Greenwich

Silver Screen Sci-Fi: Ex Machina (2014)

Enjoy screenings of cult sci-fi movie Ex Machina in our planetarium, followed by a short talk on the science behind the fiction by a Royal Observatory astronomer.

A competition winner, Caleb wins the chance to spend a week with reclusive billionaire tech genius Nathan who introduces him to a breakthrough experiment in artificial intelligence. However, Caleb discovers that all is not as it seems when simple tests of interaction between human and machine lead to mind games that bring him to the edge of reason.

Date:   January 20
Venue:  Peter Harrison Planetarium, Royal Observatory Greenwich
Time:  6.45pm-9.15pm
Admission:  £10.00 adult | £8.50 concession
Age:  Adults

An Evening with the Stars

The popular after dark experience at the Royal Observatory Greenwich includes a show in London’s only public planetarium and the chance to look through the gigantic Great Equatorial Telescope at what the night sky has to offer.

Plus, spend some time on the Greenwich Meridian with a hot drink, an amazing view and astronomers on hand to answer all your space-related questions.

Dates:  January 26, 27
Times:  5.25pm to 7.25pm, 6.45pm to 8.50pm
Venue: Royal Observatory Greenwich
Admission: £20 adult | £17 concession | £14 child
Advanced booking essential
Age:  7+

Note: In the event of adverse weather conditions observing may not be possible. A presentation by one of our astronomers will replace the observing session.
No refunds can be provided.

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