Dinosaurs Oxford University Natural History Museum

Dinosaurs Oxford University Natural History Museum

What Killed the Dinosaurs: A Science Musical*

Location: Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Parks Rd, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 3PW
Join the Geological Investigations Department to crack the case. Packed with science, songs and a spot of mild peril!

Event details

Date

Time
14:00 to 15:00
A static map of What Killed the Dinosaurs: A Science Musical*

About the event

65 million years ago the dinosaurs were wiped out. But what killed them? The Geological Investigations Department has been tasked with solving this mystery and we need your help to collect the evidence to crack the case!

Join us for this immersive show, packed with science, songs and a spot of mild peril! Matthew Kemp and Roberta Wilkinson are PhD students in Earth Sciences at the University of Oxford and are returning to the stage with their latest show. They have been studying geology and singing together for five years and are fusing their passion for science and music as Geologise Theatre - All the world’s a stage!

The Oxford Festival of nature is a 2 week events programme run by BBOWT and collaborative partners across the city of Oxford between the 25 May 2019 – 8 June 2019. There are so many events to come along to and learn about wildlife and nature around you. From comedy nights to children’s night-time safaris – there is something that everyone can take part in. For more information about the Oxford Festival of Nature visit our webpage www.oxfordfestivalofnature.org

*This event is organised by Oxford University Museum of Natural History

Booking

Price

£3.00

Additional booking information

Each individual attendee must purchase a ticket, adults and children of all ages including under 5s must book a place. Recommended age 5+. Please note that you will not be able to take pushchairs into the Lecture Theatre but they can be left in the Museum Porch.

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Dogs

No dogs permitted

Mobility

Accessible to all including wheelchair users
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