Kelvin Hall

Kelvin Hall
1445 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8AW
  • Telephone 0141 276 1450
  • Opening times Mon–Fri 6.30am–10pm; Sat 10am–5pm; Sun 8am–5pm.
  • Website kelvinhall.org.uk
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Chasing the Waves

Discover how Glasgow scientists helped detect 'gravitational waves', first predicted by Einstein over 100 years ago. Blending comedy, music and visuals, this is physics as you've never seen it before! Supported by the University of Glasgow Chancellor's Fund.

Fri 16 Jun

Lecture Theatre

Free / 0141 276 1450

Ages 16+ Part of Glasgow Science Festival.

Sat 17 Jun

Lecture Theatre

Free / 0141 276 1450

Ages 16+ Part of Glasgow Science Festival.

Climate Change Cinema - Shorts

How can we adapt to climate change? Explore the issues and hear perspectives from American indigenous peoples, sustainability scientists and filmmakers with this series of short films, followed by a panel discussion and Q&A.

Thu 8 Jun

Lecture Theatre

Free / 0141 276 1450

Ages 16+ Part of Glasgow Science Festival.

Climate Change Cinema - The Silent Achiever

Set in Queensland, Australia, this documentary explores how we can manage the increasingly frequent and high intensity disasters in our climate-changing world. The film will be followed by a panel Q&A, with scientists and filmmakers from across the globe.

Thu 8 Jun

Lecture Theatre

Free / 0141 276 1450

Ages 16+ Part of Glasgow Science Festival.

Enrico Cocozza Screening - Robot Three & Twilight

Enrico Cocozza is Wishaw’s David Lynch. Watch hidden treasures from the Moving Image Archive of sci-fi shorts: Robot Three (1951), a Frankenstein tale with echoes of Schlock Horror and German Expressionism and Twilight (1955), a post-apocalyptic nuclear fable.

Thu 8 Jun

Free / 0141 276 1450

Ages 16+ Part of Glasgow Science Festival.

Exploring Scotland’s Nuclear Archive

As Dounreay becomes decommissioned in the north of Scotland, flashback to the 1960s with documentary footage, including The Power House (1964) showcasing the social and economic changes in Caithness with the original implementation of the Nuclear Power Plan.

Tue 13 Jun

Moving Picture Archive

Free / 0141 276 1450

Ages 16+ Part of Glasgow Science Festival.

Local Landmarks Loved & Lost

In partnership with the West End Festival (2-25 June) this evening event, hosted by West End born and bred curator Liam Paterson, will take you on an adventure through the old streets of Glasgow. See Scottish landmarks, both loved and lost, in this captivating local screening.

Wed 14 Jun

Free / 0141 276 1450

Part of Glasgow Science Festival.

Meet the Black Hole Hunters

University of Glasgow researchers played a key part in the detection of gravitational waves, announced in 2016 and widely hailed as the scientific breakthrough of the decade.  Hear the inside story of this remarkable discovery, and what’s coming next for gravitational-wave astronomy.

Fri 9 Jun

Lecture Theatre

Free / 0141 276 1450

Ages 16+ Part of Glasgow Science Festival.

Optimism, Pessimism and the Human Future

What makes you optimistic or pessimistic? Join a panel of scientists, engineers, social scientists and artists to debate the long-term human future, from utopia to dystopia (and everything in between).

Tue 13 Jun

Lecture Theatre

Free / 0141 276 1450

Ages 16+ Part of Glasgow Science Festival.

Zombie Science: Worst Case Scenario

Theoretical Zombiologist Doctor Howe has all the know-how you'll need to survive when the inevitable apocalypse occurs. Ages 18+.

Sun 18 Jun

£3.30 (£2.20; Children £2.20) / 0141 276 1450

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2. mum of 313 Mar 2013, 11:58pm Report

Can you please note that the March Baby Booty Sale is actually on 23rd March not 30th as advertised here. Thanks

1. joemar19 Sep 2010, 5:09pm Report

Can anyone tell me what was on in the Kelvin Hall today Sun 19/Sept ?

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