Newcastle's Life Science Centre cuts prices, announces return of “festive favourite” ice rink – Bdaily

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Saturday November 12 marks the arrival of a “firm festive favourite” in Newcastle when Life Science Centre’s (Life’s) open-air ice rink returns to Times Square.
Skaters of all ages and abilities will be able to enjoy an outdoor skate with friends and family in the heart of the city. The ice rink runs from Saturday November 15 to Sunday January 15, 2023 (Excluding Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day).
Inside the centre, visitors can attend a live show full of “exciting demos”, explore the glowing Winter skies in Life’s “state-of-the-art” planetarium, the biggest in the North, make (and take home) an illuminated Christmas card in the Making Studios and be a “festive detective” with UV light in the Experiment Zone.
In response to the ongoing financial pressures families are experiencing, Life is reducing ticket prices to a “festive fiver” for all. All tickets to the science centre over the Christmas period, both adults and children, will cost only £5.
This Festive Fiver offer will run from November 12 until January 8. On December 1 and 15, an exclusive adults-only event, Winter Skies, explores the “glittering” night sky above Newcastle with festive drinks and nibbles.
The International Centre for Life (Life) is a science hub in the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne. The NHS and Newcastle University are key partners on site and the “groundbreaking” research and patient treatment that take place here have led to international recognition.
Welcoming about 250,000 visitors a year, its mission is to “help people of all ages, from all communities, explore science and to discover its relevance to their own lives and to inspire the next generation of STEM professionals”.
By Matthew Neville – Correspondent, Bdaily
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