This September, Coventry and Warwickshire will make history. For the first ever time, the area will be transformed into a vibrant celebration of science by welcoming the British Science Festival to its streets and venues. This renowned event has travelled to a different city each year since its inception, all the way back in 1831, and now it's Coventry's turn. Joining 2019's line-up are a host of esteemed scientists, performers, engineers, social influencers, and artists, including celebrity chef Jack Monroe, Professor Alice Roberts, former Blue Peter presenter Konnie Huq, and the BBC's The Sky at Night. Join thousands of others for this series of FREE debates, talks, live shows, installations, workshops and more. To see the full programme and for bookings, visit: britishsciencefestival.org. You won't want to miss it!