Lates: Female of the Species

After hours at the Museum

Enjoy exhibitions, talks, science demos, food and drinks by night on the last Friday of the month.

Is the female of the species really more deadly than the male?

Join us to roam around the Museum after hours and discover the role of females in nature and women science.

  • 26 October 2018, 18.00-22.00

  • Free entry, with some paid activities. 

Plan your Lates

Mother Chimp

In this Nature Live talk, hear from primatologist Adriana Lowe about how her research on primate societies took her to the Budongo Conservation Field station in Uganda.

The Missing Half of Science

Join Angela Saini, the author of Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong and discover more about the place and role of women in science in this Nature Live talk.

Pop-up science stations

Pop-up science stations

See weird and wonderful specimens while chatting to our scientists about their latest research.

Go behind the scenes

Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Museum's fascinating zoology spirit collection, where you'll meet Archie the giant squid. Bookings will be available soon.

Silent Disco

Make waves on the dance floor under Hope the whale, and curate the soundtrack to your night as three DJs make you move. Bookings essential.

26 October after Lates.

Visit exhibitions

Buy your tickets to visit Life in the Dark and Wildlife Photographer of the Year at Lates this October.