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Tomorrow’s World Live tickets now available

Ticket registration for Tomorrow’s World Live, a headline event at this year’s Manchester Science Festival, is now live!

The festival team are also thrilled to announce that astrophysicist Dr Jen Gupta and neuroscientist  Dr Hannah Critchlow will be presenting the robot-themed event.

Tomorrow’s World was the show that introduced the nation to mobile phones and laser eye surgery—and now it has returned as a new live and digital interactive vision of the future.

With the help of special guest experts, the audience at the museum and around the world online at and Facebook Live, the presenters will be asking—how will robots impact our lives and shape our future?

The event will take place at the Museum of Science and Industry on Monday 23 October, from 19.00 to 20.30.

Tickets will be randomly allocated by ballot, and on the night seats given on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration will remain open until 10.00 on Monday 9 October 2017. No applications will be accepted after this date and time.

As part of the Science Museum Group, the Museum of Science and Industry is a partner with Tomorrow's World, which relaunched this year with a brand new digital platform and a quest to find the nation's greatest invention.

The Museum of Science and Industry’s sister museum the Science Museum recently hosted a Tomorrow's World "Move to Mars" event—click here for a taste of what's in store.

Notes to editors

For more information, press ticket and interview requests, please contact Kat Harrison-Dibbits, Press and PR Manager, on 0161 606 0176 or email

About Manchester Science Festival

Produced by the Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester Science Festival (MSF) is a creative, playful and surprising science festival taking place across Greater Manchester. We are the largest science festival in England and the North’s premiere cultural celebration of all things related to science and innovation.

This year’s festival runs throughout half-term from Thursday 19 October to Sunday 29 October and is supported by lead educational sponsor the University of Salford.

Dubbed ‘part laboratory, part playground’, the festival invites over 100,000 visitors to join us at more than 120 unique and extraordinary events every year, ranging from art installations and theatre to comedy, debates and workshops.

Part of the Science Museum Group