EVER imagined watching live bands underneath the stars? In celebration of World Space Week, Glasgow Science Centre have teamed up with Detour Scotland to bring you live music under the glittering stars of our planetarium and possibly one of the most unusual gig venues in Scotland!
As part of Capture Space weekend, running on the 8th and 9th October, visitors can explore the beauty and intrigue of Space through science, arts and music!
Glasgow seven-piece, Remember Remember, will headline ‘Stellar Sounds’ on the 8th and play songs from their new album, ‘The Quickening’, with support from Miaoux Miaoux, a.k.a. Julian Corrie.
Folk n roll favourites, Meursault, will headline the Sunday night with stellar support fromGlaswegian sextet, Happy Particles.
All acts are guaranteed to launch star-gazers into an astro aural frenzy in one of Europe’s best planetariums!
During the course of the weekend we’ve also got ‘Written in the Stars’ workshops on both days running from 1-4pm.
Audrey and Louie from Hector Bizerk (Scottish hiphop and rap band) with support from Michelle Low (Lead Singer in The Miss’s and Madison) will deliver workshops on writing lyrics and poetry about space.
Participants will also be taught the basics of rap and either get the chance to rap their lyrics or ask Louie to do it for them.
Furthermore, we also have ‘Sounds like Space’ presentations – 8th Oct at 3pm Professor Martin Hendry will deliver a presentation on Saturn with video footage and music.
On 9th Oct at 3pm, we have Craig Anderson, tuba player for the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, will be delivering a short workshop and then a performance in the planetarium about how space and science inspire musicians.
Tickets are on sale now and are £6 per person.
Call 0141 420 5000 to book or drop in and speak to one of our sales staff
For further information please contact Rachel MacBeath 0141 420 5010 ext 303 or mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Doors open at 19:30pm for the gigs in the planetarium
- The planetarium is a 115-seat theatre with a Zeiss Starmaster projector, producing one of the best simulated night skies you will ever see – so realistic that the stars even twinkle!
- For more information about Capture Space weekend please visit http://www.gsc.org.uk/capturespace.aspx
- Glasgow Science Centre is an educational charity whose mission is to promote science through thought provoking, fun and exciting experiences that inspire all to explore and understand the world around them.
- In the academic year 2010-2011 there were 65,500 education admissions to the Centre for inspirational science trips.
- In the same academic year, 24,000 pupils enjoyed the Centre’s outreach programme in their own schools, in locations ranging from Kirkcudbright to Lerwick.
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