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The National Space Centre share their 'We Are Stars' show for the First Time Ever

With doors closed at all attractions throughout the UK the National Space Centre have decided to take their mission online and from Friday 24 April at 18:00 families can enjoy their fantastic show, 'We Are Stars'

We Are Stars answers the all important questions we all have; What are we made of? Where did it all come from?  

The show allows families, adults and children the opportunity to explore the secrets of our cosmic chemistry, and our explosive origins. 

We Are Stars The National Space Centre Planetarium Show

Developed by NSC Creative, a team of animators based at the National Space Centre, We Are Stars is currently playing in planetaria around the world. However, this is the first time the show has been able to be seen outside the fulldome and enjoyed, in full, in the home.  

We Are Stars is narrated by Andy Serkis, who has played some of the most memorable characters of the last decade in a raft of Hollywood blockbusters. In this show, Andy plays a Victorian gent with his very own time tent that will whisk audiences back in time 13.8 billion years. 

Malika Andress, Head of Marketing at the National Space Centre, said; “We are delighted that our NSC Creative team have worked with us to bring this #FamilyMovieNight to our amazing online audiences. The current situation is really difficult for families and isolated people, so we hope that this show can allow science and imagination to provide a brief respite for everybody.” 

The screening is free and can be watched now on the National Space Centre’s Facebook and YouTube channels. It will only be available for a limited time, so don't put it off!

In the week leading up to #FamilyMovieNight the team will also be sharing popcorn recipes, craft resources and even a watch along quiz to win prizes.

Watch it here: