Festival Lates is a series of events that have all of the fun of our family programme, but this time it’s strictly for grown-ups; we are proud of our reputation as a family-friendly event, but why should kids have all the fun?
Human remains have been discovered in the grounds of St Peter’s, and a violent and bloody crime is suspected.
Join forensic anthropologist Dr Patrick Randolph-Quinney and his team of CSI experts for an evening of murder, mystery and crime solving as part of the Lancashire Science Festival’s Lates programme.
Throughout the evening you will work with forensic specialists to use real scientific techniques, including forensic anthropology, blood spatter analysis and skeletal trauma analysis, to identify the cause of death and help to bring the perpetrator to justice. The evening promises to be a thrilling and insightful introduction for anyone with an interest in forensics, anthropology and the human body.
The evening will start will a welcome drink and conclude with a buffet dinner (included in your ticket price) and there will be a cash bar available for drinks throughout the event.
Join us for the return of the Lancashire Science Festival Lates in our updated ‘Why Should Kids Have All The Fun?’ format.
The evening will kick off as we all learn ‘How To Get Your Sh!t Together’ with Dr Sarita Robinson taking us through a light-hearted look at survival psychology. This will then be followed by ‘Jaws – Pop-Up Puppet Cinema Style’ – expect the classic film as you’ve never seen it before. We will the end the evening with a masterclass in making molecular cocktails with our brand new festival mixologist Huw James.