by TELUS World of Science Edmonton
The music’s on, the drinks are cold and the adults are running amok! Thursday, August 28, is a Dark Matters night
at TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE)
where the science centre is open for adults ages 18+ and special programming is provided to make the evening special.
This month’s Dark Matters night features:
- Special guest appearance by Andrew Foley, co-writer of the graphic novel Cowboys & Aliens. Foley will lead a candid and frank discussion about the creative process behind the graphic novel, his role in making it and what it led to (the good and the bad);
- A massive Laser Tag Shoot-Out, sponsored by Bounceroo! Party Rentals, where adults can work out their frustration and take the competition to a new level;
- One-night-only screening of Serenity - a Joss Whedon film, starring Edmonton's own Nathan Fillion - in the IMAX Theatre (separate ticket required); and
- Out-of-this-world transformations from Theatre Garage who will be on site transforming guests into cowboys or aliens.
Tickets for Dark Matters are $14 in advance and $20 at the door (+GST). A cash bar will be open during the event and all guests must be 18 years or older. TWOSE members receive special pricing. Tickets for Serenity are an additional $6.95 per person.
The doors open at 6:30 p.m.
About Dark Matters: An Evening for Adults
Dark Matters: An Evening for Adults is a monthly occurrence, open to guests ages 18 or older, featuring unique programming and events. Guests may be asked to show photo identification. No children under the age of 18 will permitted in the Science Centre during Dark Matters.
For more information please contact:
Coordinator, Marketing & Communications
About TELUS World of Science – Edmonton
TELUS World of Science - Edmonton is a world-class, broad-based science centre that inspires and motivates people to learn about and contribute to science and technology. TELUS World of Science - Edmonton is a leader in providing high quality, interactive programs and exhibits that provide an avenue for both learning and entertainment, and which spark the imagination of people of all ages. The Edmonton Space & Science Foundation is a non-profit organization that operates TELUS World of Science - Edmonton.