Join us on 26th - 29th August 2021

Guerilla Science

Guerrilla Science is all about bringing science out of stuffy classrooms and bringing it to life by adding a spark of excitement. Join us for some radical thinking from some of the best scientists and researchers, chat mutants and parasites or take part in some explosive experiments.

WILDLIFE MAKING CLUB

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Become another species, experience how the planet’s most famous beasts feel, and make something to wear at Gone Wild festival. Wildlife Making is a workshop that explores animal conservation and broader ecosystem functioning, through interactive games, guests use animal ‘hands’ to play sensory games and make an animal mask to take away with them.

FILTHY VIP PARTY

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Forget the Mad Hatter – this tea party is for those ultimate insiders: Very Important Parasites that live inside you. Audience will be served snacks while listening to accompanying  short talks exploring the gut microbiota from different angles – showing the broad range of science happening inside our guts!

EXPLOSIVE EXPERIMENTS

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One of our most popular events, fun for all the family, crazy scientist Dr Szydlo presents the history of chemistry with an explosive series of mad scientist experiments. Expect pops, whizzes, bangs and cheers!

MUTANT CIRCUS

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Attired in fabulous costumes, keep your eyes peeled for the Guerilla Science Mutant Circus, our mutant flies chat about their own mutations, seek out human mutations (everything from red hair to rolled tongues), and take part in talks and activities led by scientists and artists.

GUERRILLA TALKS

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Join us for some radical thinking and lively discussion as we cherry pick some of the best scientists and researchers to our talks tent. We will be meditating on nature, discussing the pioneering work of neuroscientists that are harnessing psychedelics for long term mental illness and bringing experts on climate to enlighten the small changes we can make to support environmental repair