6.00pm start, Tuesday 16 December
This event has already taken place
You can still be a part of the fun by watching a live feed from the theatre on the big screen. Unlike the tickets for the theatre, there are no age restrictions so everyone can join in.
The Royal Institution’s very own Michael Faraday demonstrated the world’s first motor in 1822 – now we are surrounded by devices that spin, swing and saw. But why stop now? If we continue prototyping, testing and perfecting, can we turn a humble motor into something world changing? Danielle will use her imagination and the new rules of invention to move things in ways that Faraday could only have dreamed of.
This is for the live screening of the CHRISTMAS LECTURES in the screening room and not the theatre event.
Benefit from free and better than half-price tickets, special offers and access to the CHRISTMAS LECTURES ticket ballot.