Sci–Fi LAB @ The Joan
Be entertained and indulge your love for the out of the ordinary this October. Sci-Fi LAB - four compelling Friday nights of sci-fi cult classic film screenings followed by cutting edge research, guest talks, performances and installations to keep the tradition of sci-fi alive.
Be part of the speculative fiction as you join our guest scientists and artists to explore the themes and “what if” of sci-fi. Grasp the relevant futuristic, scientific or technological impacts as well as the societal, historic, economic implications for the human race as Sci-Fi LAB explores all the dreams, fears and anxieties that come with sci-fi:
- the threat of invasion; extra- terrestrial intelligence in our universe,
- Sci -fi meets reality; unravelling DNA, genetic engineering
- the fragility of the planet; Earth unravels
- hostility and control; engineering challenges in space
Whether you’re a hard core sci-fi geek; a newbie beginning to explore this galaxy of wonder, or have no idea at all, bring a gang of friends each Friday in October from 7- 9pm to Sci-Fi - LAB and do as Dr Who said “hold tight and pretend it’s a plan!”
Friday 6 October The Fly ((1986)
Friday 13 October Gravity (2013)
Friday 20 October WALL-E (2008)
Friday 27 October The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951)
Sci–Fi LAB @ The Joan
Friday 6, 13, 20 & 27 October 2017
6:30 for 7pm start, 9pm concludes - if you dare to venture home!
Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, 597 High Street Penrith
- Tickets are just $15 and are available online or the box office 4723 7600.
- Come along before the show and enjoy a drink at the bar.
This article archived 25 Nov 2017
Part of Back to Back: A double bill of new work from Q Theatre.
Fashion, photography and design enriches every aspect of how we live today....
RSPCA shelters around the country are dropping their prices this weekend...
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith joined Penrith Council Deputy Mayor,...
Experience the main stage action of All About Women as it is streamed...
Macquarie Community College Richmond
Blue Mountains Concert Society
Nepean Office Furniture and Supplies
The Missions 1937