Exhibition Road
London, England

June Lates:
Wednesday 30 June, 18.45-22.00 (free entry)

To celebrate the opening of our new brain science and genetics gallery Who am I?, we’ll be bringing you an evening packed with the pleasures of the body and the brain. Be one of the first to discover what your voice sounds like as a member of the opposite sex or morph your face to see what you’ll look like as you age on some of our brand new interactive exhibits. You’ll also have the chance to encounter striking object displays, iconic artwork and find out much more about your own identity.

Plus all our regulars will be available for you to enjoy… come along and show off some dance moves that would make your ancestors proud in our Silent Disco or see how good your memory really is in our famous Pub Quiz.

Check the website again soon for more details.

This event is sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline.

‘Who am I?’ is supported by Principal Funder: Wellcome Trust, Major Sponsors: GlaxoSmithKline and Life Technologies Foundation

What happens at Lates?
Science Museum Lates is the exciting adults only event, held once a month, that invites you to experience the Science Museum after hours. So if you want an entertaining free night out, Lates is the place to be.

Lates provides the opportunity to explore the museum’s most popular exhibitions away from children. The museum is packed with over 50 interactive exhibits for you to get your hands on and each Lates has a varied programme of entertainment.

Official Website: http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/lates

Added by Science Museum on March 29, 2010