When: 12th February 2016, 7pm – 10.30pm
Where: At-Bristol, Anchor road, Harbourside, Bristol BS1 5DB
£: Admission costs £8 and £7 for concessions. Adults only. The Planetarium should be pre-booked and costs £3 a seat.
What is it?
On Friday 12th February, the At-Bristol Science Centre will be opening its doors for an event with a twist, After Hours: Sex.
The latest in the ever-popular series of adult events from At-Bristol, the evening will give visitors the chance to play on hundreds of exhibits, all with no kids in sight and a drink in hand!
Each After Hours event has a different theme, and in keeping with the mood of Valentine’s Day, At-Bristol will be taking a playful and scientific look at all things amorous!
Activities during the night will include a Vibration Station, where visitors will get the chance to test equipment or (for just £1.50) make their own vibrating gadget and see what it’s capable of. There will also be some Experimental Cooking in the Science Kitchen. Bordeaux Quay’s Kelly Sealey to cook up some more unusual ingredients including ram’s testicles.
Other activities include the opportunity to Chat Up A Robot. Test out your best lines as At-Bristol will see if you can get amorous with AI. Life Under the Microscope will allow guests to get up close (but not too personal) with bull semen in the Live Lab activity. Or with Everything You Always To Know About Child Birth, witness simulated childbirth with Limbs and Things’ prosthetic training aid, and a qualified midwife will be on hand to answer your questions.
You can also take a romantic trip to the stars in the UK’s first 3D Planetarium, with a presenter-led tour of the glittering night sky in the Winter Stargazing show.
With over 250 interactive exhibits to discover (including magnetic attraction, a walk-in womb and a camera that can see hotties) there is plenty to get your heart a-racing. So, whether you’ve got a date, are looking for love, or just fancy a night out with a twist, it’s the perfect Valentine’s night out with a difference.
More info: www.at-bristol.org.uk