Blending musical performance, science and history, celebrated percussionist Evelyn Glennie, historian and writer Christopher Lloyd and composer Jill Jarman reveal the awe-inspiring story of how humans have changed the world over the last 10,000 years. A unique collaboration unlike anything seen at the festival before.
The Bacon Theatre is located in the beautifully landscaped grounds of Dean Close School, approximately 1½ miles from the Science Festival site . There is free on-site parking for approximately 300 cars and 3 coach bays.
*Fees & Booking Info
Our booking fee
CF Ticketing charges a fee per booking to reflect the costs of providing the service which include card processing costs (for both credit and debit cards) as well as staffing, developing and maintaining the booking software and postage
Our booking fees are as follows:
- Online sales £2.50
- Telephone sales £2.50
- In person card sales £1.50
There is no fee for in person sales by cash
We endeavour to keep our booking fees as low as possible and charge on a per booking basis rather than a per ticket basis to ensure this. We also endeavour to ensure that our booking fees are clear before any transaction is completed.
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