The image shows a purple and pink background, with white stars. There is a white image which says 'What on Earth?!' it has rings around it, with a illustration of the Earth in the middle. There is also text that reads 'FREE. Exploring the nature around us and beyond. Keele Campus. Sat 20 & Sun 21 April. Find out more'. In the bottom left-hand corner is the Appetite logo. In the right hand corner is the Keele university logo.

What on Earth?! at Keele Campus

Join us for some out of this world activities at Keele Campus this April, as we celebrate Earth Day 2024 with our What on Earth?! two day event!

Appetite, Arts Keele and Keele University invite you to explore the nature around us and beyond with a host of hands on activities, nature walks and inspiring talks all about our beautiful planet. 

Come along on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 April from 11am to 4pm for a day of discovery! Keep an eye on our website and social media for more updates, but in the meantime, here is a sneak peak of the Stardome by Scott Walker!

The Stardome is an inflatable planetarium, about 6m in diameter and almost 3m in height. You can think of it as a cross between a tent, bouncy castle and cinema! Planetarium shows can cover a wide variety of subjects, including the search for extra-terrestrial life, the origins of the universe and how our world, its peoples and ecosystems are intrinsically connected. Watch the video below for a taste of what to expect…

What on Earth is Earth Day 2024?!

Earth Day happens every year on 22 April. It is a worldwide celebration that raises awareness of the importance of taking care of our environment. Earth Day also has a theme each year. This year’s theme is Planet vs. Plastics. If you want to learn more, you can visit the official Earth Day website

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Date & Time

Sat 20 & Sun 21 April 2024 | 11am to 4pm


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