2023 event


Welcome to the 2023 Bristol Neuroscience Festival. The festival takes place on 2nd, 3rd and 4th March 2023. In line with previous events, the programme for these dates will be:

  • 2nd March: Primary Schools (KS2) only
  • 3rd March: Secondary Schools (KS3-5) only
  • 4th March: General Public Admission 

For School days there is a limited capacity, so schools will need to pre-book places.  More information and links to tickets can be found on the 2023 Programme and Ticketing tab

On the 4th of March we will be open for general public admission during the day and in the evening there will be a public lecture in the Victoria Rooms given by Prof Emma Robinson and Prof David Nutt. This lecture will discuss current research on psychedelics and their role in treating mental health disorders. This will be al all-ticket lecture, so check our booking tab for details on how to request your free ticket for this event. 

You can also contact us at bnf-2023@bristol.ac.uk with any enquiries. 


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