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13 July 2019 11am
The Space Shed
In 2010 Jon Spooner accidentally set up his own space agency, based out of the shed at the bottom of his garden. Since then, the Unlimited Space Agency (UNSA) has recruited thousands of Agents and the British astronaut Tim Peake is our patron. Jon tours to music and science festivals in UNSA’s spectacular mobile headquarters The Space Shed hosting conversations with inspirational scientists.
On Saturday 13th July, The Space Shed lands at Holbeck Leeds to host a day of space based entertainment for all the family.
11am – SHOW - How To Save the Planet (45 mins)
1pm – Q&A + workshops with the team at Carbon Conversations - ‘Is the Future Worth a Conversation?’ – providing a supported safe space to explore our attitudes and how we feel about climate change
3pm – Q&A with Dr Milena Buchs – Associate Professor in Sustainability and Economics and Low Carbon Transitions at University of Leeds
5pm – SHOW – How I Hacked My Way Into Space (45 mins)
6pm – 8pm – Silent Disco
How I Hacked My Way Into Space
The hilarious and moving story of how UNSA’s Director of Human Spaceflight Jon Spooner hacked his way into space.
“A brilliantly funny, real life tale of one man’s quest to achieve the seemingly impossible... captivated both children and adults.” childrenstheatrereviews.com
How To Save The Planet
In 2019, as the world finally wakes up to the reality of a global climate emergency, we’re trying to work out how to “be more astronaut” and what we can do to help save the planet. Join UNSA’s Director of Human Spaceflight Jon Spooner and UNSA’s first (actual) astronaut Mini Jon as they work out how to stop feeling hopeless and instead, get active!
Please check times with event organiser for any last minute changes.
Please note that the event takes place outside, so come prepared!
There is a new stairlift on our main staircase.
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