The UK’s leading scientists, presenters, writers, artists and activists have made their way to Cheltenham for one of the first post-lockdown festivals of 2021.

Cheltenham Science Festival 2021

Audiences are being welcomed in person for socially-distanced talks and workshops at Cheltenham Town Hall and the Apollo Free Stage in Imperial Gardens. People at home can watch the events streamed online for free on the Cheltenham Festivals website and catch up until 14 September 2021 by subscribing to the CheltSciFest Player.
A schools and family programme of more than 60 events is available online to watch for free at any time between 13 May and 13 September 2021. The  Digital Discover Zone moves online with lots of activities at each virtual stopping off point.
The Cheltenham Festivals free app enables users to search and filter all events (digital and physical), make a personal schedule, receive regular updates and find venue and catering information. The app will replace printed brochures, supporting Cheltenham Festivals’ sustainability agenda. To download the app visit the Apple or Android Playstore and search ‘Cheltenham Festivals’.

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Cheltenham Science Festival
Cheltenham Science Festival

From the state of the planet, to the latest stem cell research, to the secrets of the perfect cup of tea – nothing is off limits at Cheltenham Science Festival. The annual event has attracted some of the world’s greatest scientists, big thinkers and comedy geniuses to help answer some pretty big questions. Cheltenham Science Festival 2022 will take place 7 - 12 June 2022.



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