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quizzes simply aren’t enough for your inner nerd. You need real answers to theoretical questions such as “why can’t zombies run?” or “why is a face hugger like, all huggy?” Granted, they are only film related but, they’ve probably kept you up at least one night. Pop-Up Screens presents ‘Science Flicktion’, a series of films and talks from scientists and comedians interacting with a discerning audience, whilst watching classics: Alien, Apollo 13, Terminator 2, Shaun of the Dead and Good Will Hunting.

It’s not about dressing up, or being ‘immersed’, and spending a massive fortune, it’s enriching for the brain just like the cineaste equivalent of a tin of omega 3 rich oily fish, and also MUCH more fun! There is a short intro before the film, asking the biq Qs, and then the commentary continues in a pause and explains fashion when it happens on screen.

Get Tickets
Fri 15th, Sat 16th and Sun 17th May 2015
Chelsea Old Town Hall, King’s Road, Kensington and Chelsea, London, SW3 5EE