Titus: T. rex is King exhibtion
Extinction Events Then and Now: Biodiversity In Danger
Friday 12th November 2021
Join us on Friday 12th November!
We are hosting an exclusive night for ‘Extinction Events Then and Now – Biodiversity in Danger’
Visitors will have the opportunity to explore the Hall and meet professionals engaged in current Scientific Research with a series of talks & tours. You’ll even get the opportunity to explore the Titus: T. rex is King exhibition & meet Titus, King of the Dinosaurs.
Entry: 4.30 pm
Event close: 8.45 pm
Adult Tickets: £15
Child Tickets: £10
Group bookings welcome, including 10 booked children means 1 adult can attend free, and can be arranged via our learning & education team: email@example.com
Event is welcome to all, although especially designed for adults of all ages & children over 10 years old.
Car parking charges apply.
Discover the speakers & workshops
Dr Angharad Jones
Curator at Creswell Crags Museum and Heritage Centre
Talk: The impacts upon Hyaenas in the Ice Age and today
Dr Susannah Lydon
Palaeobotanist, Assistant Professor in Plant Science at the University of Nottingham
Talk: The 6th Mass Extinction
NTU PhD student involved in Grantham Climate Art Prize workshops.
Talk: Modern Humans’ Impact on Nature
Wollaton’s very own dinosaur expert
Talk:The End (Death) of the King – T. rex and The Extinction of the Dinosaurs, Tour of Titus T. rex is King Galleries
Dr Hannah O’Regan
Archaeologist and palaeontologist Department of Classics and Archaeology, University of Nottingham
Talk: The Animals of Ancient Nottinghamshire
Dr Mark Ravinet
Assistant Professor of Adaptation to the Environment, University of Nottingham
Talk: Living with Humans – House Sparrows
Dr Sheila Wright
Curator of Biology at Nottingham Natural History Museum
Dr Adam S. Smith
Curator of Natural Sciences at Nottingham Natural History Museum
Tour: Biodiversity in Danger – Tour of the collections OR Talk: The 5 Mass Extinctions – Tour of the new Gallery