Taking the CHRISTMAS LECTURES abroad

Can you help us take the CHRISTMAS LECTURES to a global audience?

Alice Roberts 2018 Christmas lectures filming
Image credit: Paul Wilkinson

Started by Michael Faraday in 1825 and still going strong today, the CHRISTMAS LECTURES are the world's leading science series for children.

Each year the CHRISTMAS LECTURES reach millions of people of all ages around the world via three live Lectures, television broadcast and digital platforms.

Can you help us take the CHRISTMAS LECTURES abroad?

The CHRISTMAS LECTURES champion scientific talent and inspire future scientists, with live experiments, special guests, specially built demonstrations, numerous opportunities for audience participation and, if you’re lucky, the odd explosion. They are a unique production that has transferred with great effect to different international audiences.

The CHRISTMAS LECTURES have been traveling internationally for over 30 years and have been enjoyed by audiences in Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea and Brazil and the USA.

We are actively seeking new partners and also welcome licensing enquiries. If you are interested in working with the Royal Institution, please contact Rebecca Keaveney at rkeaveney@ri.ac.uk