Tickets go on sale Thursday, Oct. 7th at 10am!
Horizons takes us on a dazzling cinematic journey.
A story of how we came to be and what we can become.
Using state-of-the-art LED screen technology, Arenas will be filled with images of far-away galaxies, alien worlds, supermassive black holes and a time before the Big Bang.
What is the nature of space and time? Why does the Universe exist? How did life begin, how rare might it be and what is the significance of life in the Cosmos?
What does it mean to live a small, finite life in a vast, eternal Universe?
The deepest of questions will be explored using the latest advances in our understanding of quantum theory, black holes, biology, planetary science, astronomy and cosmology.
Horizons is a celebration of our civilization, of our music, art, philosophy and science; an optimistic vision of our future if we continue to explore Nature with humility and to value ourselves and our fellow human beings.
Brian will once again be joined by co-host of The Infinite Monkey Cage and award-winning comedian Robin Ince, perhaps the only collection of sentient atoms in the observable Universe capable of overseeing a Q&A with an audience of 10,000 people whilst wearing an old cardigan.
Professor Brian Cox Biography
Professor Brian Cox CBE is Professor of Particle Physics at The University of Manchester, The
Royal Society Professor for Public Engagement in Science and a Fellow of the Royal Society.
As a broadcaster, he has presented a number of highly acclaimed science programs for the BBC including Wonders of the Solar System, Forces of Nature, Stargazing Live and, in 2019, The Planets. He is credited with boosting the popularity of subjects such as astronomy and physics and has garnered a host of accolades for his TV work, including two Royal Television Society awards and a Peabody Award for Wonders of the Solar System.
Brian has also authored a series of best-selling books, including the widely acclaimed Human Universe
. Brian broke his own Guinness World Record titles during his last live tour, Universal, for most tickets sold (158,589) for a science tour, and for most tickets sold for a science show (11,433 at The Arena in Birmingham in 2019).
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