“Brain Banquet”: Guerilla Science (London, 13–15 March 2014)

Feast your senses on the most complex thing in the universe: the human brain. From March 13-15 Guerilla Science will host a unique Brain Banquet in a long-forgotten World War 2 bunker transformed into an incarnation of the brain. With food design by the inimitable Blanch & Shock, guests will dine on a five-course banquet created to tickle your taste buds and feed the mind.

Get a glimpse inside the workings of the mind with discussions led by brain experts Vaughan BellFelicity CallardDaniel MarguliesAnil Seth and members of brain injury charity Headway East London.

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The bunker will also host a number of different installations within its cavernous chambers: a Memory Clinic, where guests can share their memories, a giant brain that explores the possibilities of creativity through unorthodox brain stimulation, a Sonic Tour of the Brain that reveals what the brain sounds like. Preserved animal brains and heads on loan from the Royal Veterinary College will illustrate the evolution of the brain. Finally a roaming magician will serve up visual illusions as mental aperitifs.

Journey inside your head. Join us and other daring diners to feast on the brain.

Follow @guerillascience #brainbanquet for updates to the menu and our progress as we turn a derelict bunker into a delectable brain!

Please note: This event takes place in a former WW2 bunker. Please dress warmly and wear waterproof footwear. Latecomers may not be admitted. Doors open at 6.30pm and the event finishes at 10pm.

This event is supported by the Wellcome Trust. With thanks to Headway East London and the Royal Veterinary College.

Get tickets:

A limited number of tickets are available each night: £45 per head for a five course meal and welcome drink. Please feel free to BYOB. Get your tickets here

Venue:

The Bunker
Abbot Street
London
E8 3DP

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