Sleep is as essential to our bodies as eating, drinking, and breathing. This month, neuroscientist Rachel Williams returns to host a sleepy tea making session at the Book Club in London exploring the history of sleep-inducing herbs and medicine. She tells us how we might add zzzs to our... read more
In this guest blog, director Carla MacKinnon shares how her struggles with sleep paralysis inspired her to work with scientists and communicate their research through film. She will join us at the Book Club for Fright Night, an evening exploring sleep paralysis, nightmares and lucid... read more
This summer Guerilla Science hired a spectacular festival intern (paid, mind you). Rachel Williams, a PhD student in developmental neurobiology at King's College London, tells us about her experience developing and hosting the social media assault course for the final the Secret Garden... read more
Our Sensory Speed Dating series have been an international hit since 2013. Now it’s time for you to bring the mood home with our "science of attraction" playlist inspired by our live event. Fair warning: some NSFW songs (so ready your earphones). As always, consent is... read more
This guest blog post is from Julia Attias, a King’s College London researcher studying the European Space Agency’s “SkinSuit”. Here she shares her favourite things about the Sci-Art collaboration behind the Intergalactic Travel Bureau Stage Show, and what she learned from the artists who... read more
In June 2017, we're launching London audiences on a fantastical trip to space with the Intergalactic Travel Bureau Show. Get to know our Space show director Chris Rolls in this exclusive Q&A.
Who are you and what do you do?
My name is Chris and I'm a theatre director. I also do quite a few other... read more
On April 29-30th, video artist and researcher Ali Hossaini collaborated with us to create a transatlantic performance with beatboxers in London and a choir in NYC. Our project transmitted music inspired by the themes of mortality and ageing filtered through a fire organ in London.... read more
Researcher, photographer and urban explorer, Bradley L Garrett, joins us for a one-of-a-kind listening experiment to understand how a building’s soundscape changes and affects our sense of wellbeing.
What impact does vertical architecture have on our sonic experience of the city?... read more
In November we moved into the new Hub Space at the Wellcome Collection in London, which is now home for the UK team until summer 2016.
The Hub is designed for interdisciplinary research, with mixed teams of academics, artists, filmmakers and other creative groups coming together to examine... read more
This guest blog post is from Shaun Higgins, a performer and youth worker who worked with us to develop Blow Your Mind, a brain-themed experiential event created in participation with young people from South London.
When Guerilla Science asked me to develop Blow Your Mind I couldn’t refuse... read more