In celebration of one of Trinity College’s most famous alumnus, we're joining forces with the Bram Stoker Festival. Join us at Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin on 27th October for a night of delicious doomsday disasters and ominous occurrences. This late-night event, part of the exhibition IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, will invite visitors to explore everything from plagues and pandemics to infectious disease and survivalist preppers.
On the night, expect to hear from leading experts in the field who are preparing for the apocalypse… NOW.
Events on the night include:
- Exhibition open until 10pm including the Doomer Bar and Situation Room
- A screening of CONTAGION with a Q&A with Kunal Patel of the Tropical Medical Bureau - click here to register your interest
- A chance to get your flu shot for only €5 in the gallery
- Disaster gameplay in the studios
- Survivalist demos with Adventure.ie
- Preservation food workshops
All accompanied by the portentously playful musical meanderings of DJ Sally Cinnamon and tasty travesty treats and bar open all night… Come along dressed to survive the end of the world.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, the latest free exhibition at Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin, explores why the disastrous can be devilishly entertaining, and whether there’s any truth to dismal predictions. Join doomers, designers, and doctors as they lay out the top threats to our world, evaluate how likely they are, and spell out exactly what we can do about it.