What if everything you thought you knew was wrong?

We think of science as the pursuit of hard facts and sacred truths. But what if it actually isn’t? 

Challenge your preconceptions with this entertaining, illustrated talk from polymath scientist and TED speaker Dr Edmond Hui.

Make the perfect paper plane by throwing out the rule book – and fly them across the hall! Discover how a maverick engineer from Kingston helped Britain to win the Second World War. And find out why Leonardo da Vinci didn’t quite get the human heart. Fasten your seatbelt for a flight that includes science, engineering and art.

Suitable for all the family – children aged 7+ most welcome.

Thursday 28 April, 7.30pm