Alcohol: Truths, Myths and Legends

Science in the cinema - Public Lecture 3

Event detail

Event Date

17 May - 17 May 2018

Time

18:30 - 21:30

Location

Hannah Maclure Centre, 1- 3 Bell Street, Dundee, DD1 1HP

Category

Lecture

Price

Free
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Science in the cinema - Public Lecture 3

There are many stories about alcohol: you get more drunk drinking through a straw; you can get drunk from taking a bath in champagne or by putting your feet in a bucket of vodka; all of the alcohol put in a spaghetti bolognaise will have evaporated off by the time you eat it and that George Plantagenet, the brother of Richard III (he of Leicester car park fame), chose to be executed by being drowned in a barrel of wine. What are the truths behind these stories? All will be revealed…

Dr Peter Maskell's Lecture will last for approximately an hour and will be followed by a free screening of the film 'The World's End'.

 

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Event details

Price

Free

Event Date

17 May - 17 May 2018

Time

18:30 - 21:30

Venue

Hannah Maclure Centre

Address

Hannah Maclure Centre, 1- 3 Bell Street, Dundee, DD1 1HP
Book Now