British Science Festival Fringe 2015 in Bradford
The British Science Festival Fringe 2015 is a festival designed to engage and inspire school and college students, young adults and families.
It takes place from 11 – 18 September with fun, educational, and exciting events happening all over Bradford.
The Fringe takes place immediately after the nationally renowned British Science Festival hosted by the University of Bradford from 7 – 10 September. The Festival is a celebration of the latest developments in science, engineering and technology and attracts tens of thousands of people each year.
The highlight of the Fringe is the Family Weekend, with lots of events on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 September – from an animal handling experience to Zap, Crackle and Pop, a show chock full of demonstrations and a plucked chicken!
Family Weekend Events
Saturday 12th September
- Rocket Making
- C.S.I. Bradford
- International Images for Science
- Dr Ken’s Street Science Theatre
- A Pinhole View
Sunday 13th September
- Zap, Crackle & Pop — Dr Marty Jopson
- Animals In Tuition display
- The STEMporium
- What’s the matter?
- Edible Engineering
Have a fantastic day out at Bradford’s City Park, Bradford College, and the National Media Museum, with workshops and performances to entertain the whole family.
Find out about the Bradford arsenic poisoinings of 1858, eat a science-themed lunch, and become a detective – investigate the science and technology used to fight crime.