Spend Sunday afternoon exploring the weird worlds of science and music – from the composers who drew inspiration from the universe, to the hidden codes in some of the most famous pieces of music. It’s packed with excitement for anyone over eight years old.
There’ll be big bangs, sonic booms, live experiments and an 80-strong orchestra on stage. The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is just moments from Queen Street station – so it’s zero effort to drag the kids along and get them interested in the world of music. Adult tickets are £12, or £6 for under 16s, and the action kicks off at 2:30pm on Sunday 8 October. Bang on!
2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3NY