What really killed the dinosaurs? @ Department of Physiology Development & Neuroscience, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire [14 March]

What really killed the dinosaurs?

17:00 - 18:00

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Department of Physiology Development & Neuroscience
Cambridge University, Downing St, CB2 3EG Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
As part of the Science Festival, the Sedgwick Museum presents Geologise Theatre

Join Matthew Kemp and Roberta Wilkinson on a musical adventure through time! 65 million years ago a huge meteorite collided with the Earth and the dinosaurs became extinct. But is that the whole story? This immersive show is packed with science, songs and a spot of mild peril!

Come along and help us piece together the evidence of how the dinosaurs died in a musical show by Geologise Theatre, in association with the Sedgwick Museum. Matthew and Roberta are recent graduates of the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Cambridge and are returning to the Science Festival with their third show. They have been studying geology and singing together for years and are fusing their passion for science and music as Geologise Theatre- All the world's a stage!

Disabled access is limited, please call 01223 333456 for details after booking your ticket.

Free bookable family event, children must be accompanied by an adult. Please note this event is in the Physiology lecture hall not in the Sedgwick Museum
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