Parkinson Building, University of Leeds – Saturday 28 March 2020 from 10 am to 4 pm
Have you ever wondered what happens in a University? Join us for a day of free, family-friendly activities, as part of our Be Curious research open day.
There’s no need to book – just come along on the day to the Parkinson building between 10 am and 4 pm. All age groups welcome.
There will be more than 60 stalls and performances allowing everyone to have a go with activities suitable for all ages.
As part of Be Curious we will be hosting the following activities
Deep Ocean Lab – a family-friendly performance by YouTuber and BBC TV & Radio presenter Greg Foot
What happens as you dive further and further into the dark ocean? Join Greg for the story of his scientific adventure to the deep. With experiments and stunning videos, Greg will show you the high-tech submersibles that took him down a crazy 1000ft into the twilight zone. He’ll explain the importance of our oceans and – thanks to Greg’s work with the Blue Planet II team – uncover the effect we’re having on them.
This is a ticketed performance.
Online registration for tickets is now closed, however, limited tickets will be available on the day. Go to the Ticket Stall in Parkinson Court before 12.30 pm – tickets will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Entry to the performance will only be permitted upon presenting a ticket (not the Eventbrite registration).
Skylar’s missing note – a music and theatre experience for children
It tells the adventure of the main character, Skylar, whose piano has lost its middle-C key during a house move. This immersive piece of storytelling introduces children to the piano in a fun and engaging way. It is a collaboration between the Leeds International Piano Competition and the Leeds-based Manic Chord Theatre. There will be two performances during the day. No tickets required.
Style:restyle – bring in your clothes for a fashion update
Do you own clothes you can’t part with but no longer wear? They fit fine, but…! Come to our styling workshop with your clothing, ideas for where you’d wear them and mood pictures (fav stars, scenes, etc). With little to no sewing, our fashion students will help you restyle, reimagine, re-inspire … Available throughout the day.
Watch the trailer to find out more about Be Curious research open day.
If you have any questions, you can contact the Be Curious organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 0113 343 1149.