How good are you at beach volleyball?

Test your beach volleyball abilites using advanced motion tracking technology and challenge your friends to see who reigns the winner. Improve your techniques by getting to grips with the finer details on what makes a true beach volleyball champ. This activity can be found on the mezzanine.

Scratch that!

What lies beneath? Hear about the scabies mite which has lived with us for centuries and still occurs in closed communities. Join us for an interactive journey with 1940s film footage of the mite, crafts, and stories. The Old Police Cells Museum will be running free tours at 14.00 and 16.00. Advance booking for is … Continued

Smogmobile

Meet the Smogmobile, a sophisticated mobile air quality laboratory in an all-electric van. Using state-of-the-art, next generation monitoring equipment, the Smogmobile is capable of measuring key pollutants and greenhouse gases with extreme accuracy, both at static locations and on the move. It is also able to switch between monitoring outside air and air inside the … Continued

From body to being

Take part in a series of interactive virtual and augmented reality demos that alter your bodily experience to shift how you perceive reality and discover how your experience of the world is shaped by your body. Swap perspectives and watch yourself from afar. Find out what it might be like to inhabit another body and … Continued

Brighton sewer tour

Explore the labyrinth of tunnels beneath Brighton and learn the secrets of the Victorian sewer system. Discover what has changed over 150 years of dealing with waste water and hear how Southern Water plan to bring cleaner seas to Sussex. You will need to wear approproate clothing for this activity, no shorts or skirts. Please … Continued

Biosphere IV

Think about your environmental futures in new, imaginative ways with theatre maker Tom Bailey. This sound-based workshop is inspired by the bizarre and ambitious ‘Biosphere II’ experiment, where eight people spent two years living inside an enclosed and controlled environment in the middle of the Arizona desert. Plug in, listen deep, rethink nature. Image: MattysFlicks

Biosphere IV

Think about your environmental futures in new, imaginative ways with theatre maker Tom Bailey. This sound-based workshop is inspired by the bizarre and ambitious ‘Biosphere II’ experiment, where eight people spent two years living inside an enclosed and controlled environment in the middle of the Arizona desert. Plug in, listen deep, rethink nature. Image: MattysFlicks

The secret life of the bicycle

Join cycling journalist and author Max Glaskin and engineer Derek Covill on this unique bicycle tour of Brighton. Discover how science, engineering and cyclists can work together to make the perfect machine on this easy bike ride with regular stops for demonstrations, experiments and discussion. Places are strictly limited so be sure to book in … Continued

The secret life of the bicycle

Join cycling journalist and author Max Glaskin and engineer Derek Covill on this unique bicycle tour of Brighton. Discover how science, engineering and cyclists can work together to make the perfect machine on this easy bike ride with regular stops for demonstrations, experiments and discussion. Places are strictly limited so be sure to book in … Continued

Waterborne

Waterborne, by UK artist duo French & Mottershead, is an audio work using lyrical narrative to describe the afterlife of the human body in water. Listen as you look out over the water and imagine your body below the surface, as it decays and dislocates on an epic journey from an urban canal, via a … Continued