Fusing art and science, creating stunning installations, experimental theatre and intriguing exhibitions that will engage and inspire the most curious of minds.
A burst of creation, experimentation and wonder. This is science.
The Manchester Science Festival (MSF) is proudly produced by the Museum of Science & Industry – supported by Siemens and Lead Educational Partner University of Salford.
Running from 23 October – 2 November in over 40 venues across Greater Manchester, this award-winning Festival is now in its eighth year.
With more city-wide and creative collaborations than ever before, this diverse and inspiring 11 day programme features World Premieres, internationally acclaimed art and artists, cutting-edge science, comedy, hands-on workshops, evening events, talks and a jam-packed family programme all designed to inspire, engage and immerse visitors of all ages with the science that lives all around us.
Join the 3D printing revolution, build the world’s largest fractal, discover a dress of glass and flame and enjoy comedy, theatre, music and more. Proudly produced by the Museum of Science & Industry.
Most events are free. Full programme events listings are available: manchestersciencefestival.com
Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI), Liverpool Road, Castlefield M3