Immerse yourself: Space - Dome Experience
Immersive films that are quite literally out of this world! Our Immerse Yourself: Outer Space programme invites you to travel through space experiencing CGA (computer-generated animation) content as well as filmed documentary-style film. Perfect for those interested in space or for those just looking to take a trip to the stars.
Join the astronauts for a double bill showing of immersive content, featuring:
CAPCOM GO! The Apollo Story
An immersive, historical documentary that showcases the achievements of the Apollo program and what it took to put the first human on the Moon.
It introduces a new generation to the immense challenges they overcame and will inspire them to become the explorers, designers, engineers, thinkers and dreamers of the future.
Running time: 26 minutes
Tim Peake International Space Station Tour
Join astronaut Tim Peake for a 360° tour of the International Space Station!
Working together with BAP (British Association of Planetaria), NSC Creative has produced a short immersive 360 experience that takes you around the International Space Station to see what it is like to live and work in space. Narrated by British Astronaut Tim Peake who has successfully completed his 6 month Principia mission. You’ll also get to see footage of Tim shot onboard.
The project was supported by the UKSA (UK Space Agency) and ESA (European Space Agency) with additional support from Explorer Dome, Centre for Life and the National Space Centre.
Running time: 10 minutes
Doors open half an hour before screening begins
Arrival and AdmissionPlease make sure you have your ticket to hand, ready for check-in. We cannot guarantee entry into events for late arrivals. Your ticket gives you entry to the experience named on your ticket only.
COVID-19We are following government guidance closely and regularly assessing the COVID-19 risk with our event partners. We have a detailed set of COVID-19 safe policies which will be in place for the duration of the event. At the time of releasing tickets to the public, we are asking that face coverings are worn (by those who are comfortable to do so when entering our buildings and moving around the space. We also ask that visitors make use of the hand sanitiser stations and maintain social distancing.
Travel InformationAt Market Hall, we are working on a dedicated place for parking, but for now, it's limited.
We are an environmentally conscious organisation and encourage our visitors to prioritise green travel. Please consider getting the bus, cycling or walking to visit us. We have plenty of space for bikes to be parked securely on-site and one electric car charging point. More information on bus routes and car parks nearby can be found here – https://realideas.org/our-spaces/market-hall/
We value the relationship we have with our neighbours so if you need to drive to Market Hall, please avoid parking on the pavements around the building or in front of people’s drives. Please make use of the car parks we have identified in the area that are all within walking distance.
When you arrive, please use the main entrance via the steps (Duke Street) or ramp (via Wall Street).
When leaving the building at night please be respectful and consider the people living in the residential area.
There are a couple of disabled parking spaces on site – please advise us of any additional needs so we can make your visit enjoyable and comfortable.