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Would I Sci to You?

7:30pm-10:30pm on Wednesday 27 March

Times shown are in GMT (UTC +0) up to the 26th March. For events on or after 27th March times are in BST (UTC +1).

The Junction, J2, Clifton Way Cambridge, CB1 7GX

"Would I Sci to You? the relevant but irreverent science panel show from Cambridge Science Centre is back after a sell-out 2023!

This year QI’s Head Researcher, James Harkin; Youtube sensation, Holly Gabrielle; Director of Science and Entrepreneurship at the Babraham Research Campus, Kathyrn Chapman; and renowned physicist, Isaac Newton join 2023 winners Isabel Thomas (celebrated children's science author) and Jason Mellad (scientist entrepreneur) to face off against an array of current affairs, bizarre research, mysterious objects, and each other’s tall (or not so tall) tales in this comedic, quick-fire event!

Hosted in The Junction’s J2 theatre and featuring people and organisations from across Cambridge and beyond, this is the ideal night out for a light-hearted and humorous look at the science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) of everyday life.

Inspired by the popular formats of Would I Lie To You?, Have I Got News for You, and QI, this is perfect for the STEM-enthusiast, STEM-curious, quiz fan, or anyone who enjoys listening to interesting people chat about interesting things."

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Booking/Registration is: REQUIRED

Additional Information

Age: Adults, Young Adults 12 – 18
Format: Other
Timing: In person, Live Stream
Cost: £15
Event Capacity: 220
Theme: Health, Discovery, Society, Environment
Accessibility: Step-free access, Hearing loop, Accessible toilet, Full access, Lift

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