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  • National Maritime Museum and Punchdrunk Enrichment present a groundbreaking family adventure for 6-12 year olds: 28 March–31 August 2015.
    28 March–31 August 2015
  • This May half-term there are lots of fun events and activities for kids at the National Maritime Museum, Cutty Sark and the Royal Observatory Greenwich.
    25 - 29 May
  • Dark Universe is a spectacular planetarium show at Royal Observatory Greenwich. Marvel at the wonders of space with shows daily. Book your tickets now.
    Shows daily
  • Put on your life-jacket and sensible shoes, and get ready to venture into the unknown. You’ll be part of the action, as the crew of HMS Adventure, in immersive theatre company Punchdrunk’s must-see show. Age: 17+. No children.
    Every Thursday until 27 August
  • Unseen: the Lives of Looking, by Dryden Goodwin
    Acclaimed contemporary artist Dryden Goodwin’s first feature-length film considers the act of looking. 5 March–26 July, the Queen's House, free entry.
    5 March–26 July 2015 (Closes at 15.00 on 29 May)
  • Elemental
    Delivered in collaboration with the Australia and New Zealand Festival of Literature & Arts in London, this unique planetarium show explores four theories of how the universe began.
    25 May
  • Inspired by Dryden Goodwin’s essay film, this day explores the nature of looking, with contributions from Gareth Evans, John Berger, Lavinia Greenlaw and a rare screening of Gary Tarn's 'Black Sun'.
    30 May
  • ESO: The Moon and the Arc of the Milky Way (event)
    Introductory level lectures on the latest research in the field of astrophysics. This month: supermassive black holes, with Dr Ashley Hyde, Harrow School.
    21 May
  • Jet in Carina (event)
    Join our astronomers for a morning of fun family activities, including a planetarium show and three short workshops, and a chance to stand on the famous Meridian Line.
    25-26 May 2015
  • ESO: ACA at dawn
    Voted one of the top 12 documentaries ever made, Patricio Guzmán’s astonishing 2010 feature explores of the human cost of the Chilean dictatorship and the astronomical search for knowledge in the Atacama desert.
    6 June

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