NI Science Festival 2021 event
Alice McCullough, an award-winning poet and performer, is used to captivating audiences as she plays with boundaries between spoken word, storytelling and comedy. This spring, Alice comes to the Ulster Museum to facilitate an interactive workshop in Slam Science poetry. Exploring our science collections and exhibitions, you’ll work alongside Alice to design and build your own Slam Science poem, trying it out for size as you go along.
This is a free event available with a general admission ticket to the Ulster Museum.
In line with current government guidelines to ensure your safety during your visit at the museum, visitors must pre-book a timeslot.
Please check back when general admission ticket sales have reopened after this current closure period.
We are thrilled to be partnering with the University of Atypical to bring this event to National Museums NI.
If you have a query about our programme or if disability access needs will affect your ability to participate in this activity, please contact the University of Atypical as soon as possible and we will discuss the access support options we are able to provide. firstname.lastname@example.org or 028 9023 9450.
Suitable for ages 14 - 18.