‘Neptune in your Pocket’

POCK cover 4 (final)A talented group of poets are pleased to take part in Science Museum Lates next Wednesday, 30th October, for the free, ‘Space’-themed evening.

Join Simon Barraclough, Lorraine Mariner, Mick Delap, Sarah Westcott, Richard Barnett, Dominic McLoughlin, Malene Engelund, and Kelley Swain to explore space and science through verse.

Find us in the Science in the 18th Century Gallery on the 3rd Floor for the following 30-minute readings:

19:30 – 20:00: Simon Barraclough, reading from ‘Neptune Blue’.

20:15 – 20:45: Poets reading from ‘Pocket Horizon’.

21:00 – 21:30: Poets reading from ‘Pocket Horizon’.

We’ll also have, for your viewing pleasure, several objects including an orrery, a canopic jar, and artificial limbs – come find out what these objects are, and how they relate to these books of poetry…

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