We will make our first appearance of 2010 this Friday at the Bethnal Green Working Men's Club, in partnership with the British Science Association, who will be staging an evening of games and entertainment.
Guerilla Science's offering will be to throw some music, fire and bass... read more
For Secret Cinema's screening of 'Alien' this Halloween we dissected a mysterious, extraterrestrial specimen... Our autopsy was hosted in the spaceship's laboratory, surrounded by a menagerie of jarred specimens.
We were delighted to be invited along by the the folks... read more
The Universe is so vast, surely it deserves at least a day to survey it with telescopes, the latest Hubble images, and a celebration of the history of rockets.
Mysteries of the Universe 1100-1200 Martin White, CERN
Martin, a high energy physicist with... read more
From the beginning of time to particle accelerators and the future of energy, a survey of life (and death), the universe, and everything.
Want To Know When You'll Die? 1100-1200 David Spiegelhalter, University of Cambridge
How long are you going to... read more
Of all things human, music may be by far the most mysterious - it defies definition. Whatever it is, it took three billion years to evolve, affects us like nothing else, and is the ultimate reason festivals happen at all. So why not devote a day to it?
Music on... read more
A day for pondering the intricacies and fallacies of the most complex thing in the known universe: your mind.
Mastering Memory 1400-1500 Professor Adrian Owen, University of Cambridge, and Richard Bowdler, Guerilla Scientist
In a world of sharp-eyed... read more
In 2009 The Materials Library joined us at the Secret Garden Party with Smelting, Melting and Casting: an inferno for casting creations of pewter out of moulds carved from cuttlefish.
The Materials Library, in their own words: "a resource, laboratory, studio, workshop, and play... read more
Every afternoon at the Secret Garden Party in 2009 we hosted a Bake-A-Brain Tea Party, with Cambridge neuroscience PhD students Becky Lawson and Aidan Horner on hand to help dissect, discuss and digest the the most complex thing in the universe.
They will be back in 2010. Come for a cuppa and a chat about brain history, anatomy and function.
Taking our rightful place alongside Thom Yorke, Vivian Westwood and Nick Cave, we performed at Latitude, one of Britain's most refined and thought-provoking music festivals.
The Frog Who Croaked Blue - Friday 17 July 1730-1830
Iconic intellects Wittgenstein, Nabokov and Feynman all shared... read more
Our second year at the Garden Party featured more than 40 talks, demonstrations, live experiments, films, interactive events, musical performances and artistic installations.
Physicist David McKay, the acclaimed author of a runaway hit book, dispelled the hot air on climate change, astrobiologist read more