Young string players from London are joined by Elizabeth Weisberg (soprano) and Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and OAE Experience Players to perform their own song cycle based on creation myths under the leadership of music animateur Mark Withers.
Suitable for ages seven and over.
American alt-rockers and multi-Grammy award winners They Might be Giants perform their new album Here Comes Science and old favourites in their long-awaited return to the UK.
Meet the minds behind some of the UK's most exciting scientific advances at the Royal Society's Summer Science Exhibition. From machine intelligence to green energy, try out the interactive exhibits and question the expert scientists themselves about the discoveries you make.
Explore the exhibits online and plan out your visit.
The entire world really does become a stage in the UK premiere of Continuous City, a new multi-media theatre experience by New York's critically acclaimed The Builders Association.
Flood Tide is a live musical performance generated by the flow of the River Thames. A sensor placed in the water registers changes in the current's strength, which is then converted into musical notation and performed by professional and community musicians, including an orchestra, vocalists and taiko drummers.
Join scientists, artists and writers to discuss the interesting, the unusual or provocative in the past, present and future of science, culture and us, over a cup of coffee or drink.
Brian Greene is a world expert on string theory and on space and time, and in this rare UK appearance he delivers a special illustrated lecture on parallel universes. A natural communicator, Greene has brought complex scientific theory to a wide audience through his media work and lectures.
Unfortunately Ben Fogle is no longer able to appear at E4 Udderbelly on 27 and 28 June. We apologise to patrons for this disappointment and will extend a full refund to all ticket holders by original method of payment on contacting Southbank Centre Box Office.
Researchers from five countries have developed a new technology to help find buried landmines.