An evening with Dr Will Tattersdill, from the Department of English Literature at University of Birmingham, whose research focuses on the social history of dinosaurs. 

Tattersdill studies how dinosaurs are articulated in popular culture. As dinosaurs are impossible without a great deal of both close scientific study and abstract imaginative work, he is investigating the way the relationship between literature and science plays out as the social dinosaur moves through time.

This talk will take place in the Gas Hall and attendees be sat under Dippy's tail! Limited to 40 tickets.Limited to 40 tickets.

No need to book separate tickets to view the exhibition.