“Immersive theatre productions tend to operate in dynamically fluid settings, allowing the audience a more active, voyeuristic, and central role, while also individualizing their…
Hendrick’s brand ambassador for Northern Europe Duncan McRae takes us through a “cocktail of cultural and curious occurrences,” as he informs the audience about the world of …
‘Are you coming to a lecture?’ an inquisitive young man dressed in
Georgian clothes asked in his most refined English accent.
With the increase in anatomy schools in the eighteenth century, a growing demand for bodies for dissection provided ideal conditions for the infamous body snatching serial killers,…
Serial killers walk unseen amongst us.
Dabble in dissection and preservation as you learn the process behind basic taxidermy from skinning and preserving to mounting and positioning the animal.
‘I like to have a martini, two at the very most.
The nineteenth century marked the golden age of death in art.
In 1836 seventeen tiny dolls were unearthed in Edinburgh that appeared to correspond to the tragic victims of Burke and Hare’s murderous spree.
Mice can undergo smell-induced abortions.
‘Memory is history recorded in our brain, memory is a painter, paints pictures of the past and of the day.
Travel back in time and explore long obsolete emotions from history, with the help of an amazing machine.
Are you awake? Are you dreaming? How much of our world is a construction of our brain, a mere figment of our imagination? Join neuroscientist Anil Seth as he reveals what science c…
Famed for their obsession with brains zombies have long been part of the mainstream.
How can a three pound mass of jelly that you can hold in the palm of your hand imagine angels, contemplate the meaning of infinity, and even question its own place in the cosmos? J…
Discover the bizarre stories and examine specimens of some of the world’s most celebrated and strangest animals, from Lonesome George the bachelor tortoise, Chi-Chi the pre-emine…
Join forensic expert Professor Sue Black OBE as she discusses her fascination with the astounding inner workings of the human body and her illustrious career in forensic science.
Ernest Hemingway - Boxer, bullfighter, soldier … romantic?
Naomi Wood explores the four marriages, inflammatory letters, billet-doux and sensual telegrams that reveal the softer…
Five speakers, 15 minutes, one high-octane evening of enlightening, and inspirational spoken word cabaret.
If knowledge is the food of the soul, then let us Feast! This travelling parlour of enlightenment combines exceptional experts and erudite amateurs in a fiesta of learning and fine…
Create your very own comic strip in this unique, fun art class, led by Creative Director of Graphic Scotland, Ariadne Cass-Maran.
‘When evening quickens in the street, comes a pause in the day’s occupation that is known as the cocktail hour’.
In need of life rejuvenation? Join School of Life bibliotherapist Ella Berthoud as she offers advice and inspiration from the world’s most renowned writers and prescribes much ne…
Shaken or stirred? Gin or vodka? Olive or twist? Is the Martini the king of drinks, or an amusing antique? The Silver Bullet as it is affectionately known is perhaps the most celeb…
After an unusual incident, Andrew Martin is found walking naked through the streets of Cambridge not feeling quite himself.
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