Professor Brian Cox
The O2 , Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX.
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- See the Solar System and Universe like never before
- Ask any burning questions to Professor Brian Cox himself
- Includes Premium Seats & entrance to American Express VIP lounge
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Professor Brian Cox at The O2 Arena
Join Professor Brian Cox OBE at The O2 Arena on his second astronomical tour, Universal: Adventures in Space and Time. Following the success of his debut tour in 2016, which saw him set two Guinness World Records for a science tour of that scale, Cox returns with a rare insight into outer space and the Solar System.
Using graphics and imagery from telescopes and space probes, as well as giant state-of-the-art LED screens, the show will take audiences on a journey through the cosmos. From the Big Bang and black holes, to how life first began, Cox explores the nature of space, the Universe, and the earth’s role in it. His BBC radio co-host, Robin Ince, will then join him on stage for a Q&A, giving the audience the opportunity to ask any burning questions they may have.
The show graces The O2's stage on Thursday 19th September 2019.
Professor Brian Cox at The O2 Arena Highlights
- Gain a rare insight into outer space with physicist and broadcaster, Professor Brian Cox OBE
- See the Universe like you’ve never seen it before with state-of-the-art LED screens
- Pick Cox’s brain during an audience Q&A with comedian Robin Ince
- Includes 1-night hotel stay + Professor Brian Cox ticket
About The O2
Since it opened in 2007 The O2 Arena has gone on to become the world’s premier music and entertainment venue, regularly welcoming over a million guests through its doors each year. Located in the former Millennium Dome, The O2 is easily reached from central London via tube on the Jubilee Line and also by bus, Thames clipper boat and even by cable car! There are a wide variety of restaurants and bars in the complex as well as a multi-screen cinema and a nightclub.
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: North Greenwich Station - Jubilee Line
- Nearest Rail Name: Westcombe Park
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