360Β° Immersive Cinema Planetarium
Summer at BEYOND will be hosting the very best immersive cinema experience!

We will be showing three films:

We Are Aliens (Narrated by Rupert Grint)

Earth. It’s a small world. The human race is connected better and faster than ever before but what about elsewhere in the Universe? Could we one day be part of a galactic community sharing our knowledge and ideas, or is Earth the only planet with life? We Are Aliens! Is an utterly charming and scientifically fascinating film that takes you on an epic ride in the hunt for the evidence of alien life - finely balancing science, education and entertainment and succeeding in delighting everyone – young or old. Narrated by Rupert Grint (of Harry Potter fame) and made with input from leading UK astronomers – all with the help of stunning 3D graphics.

Cell Cell Cell

You are made of 70 trillion living cells. They work. They talk. They think. They are what make you alive.This is the story of the trillions of cells that form our bodies, from our beginnings as a single cell to the complexity of a whole body: it’s the story of who we are. Join Raj and Sooki on a totally ex-CELL-ent immersive journey. Get shrunk down by the Shrink-a-tron, go back in time with the Retroscope and see an exploded view of all the body systems courtesy of the Cell-o-tron.

We Are Stars 

This experience seeks to answer some of the biggest questions of all time. What are we made of? Where did it all come from? Explore the secrets of our cosmic chemistry, our explosive origins and connect life on Earth to the evolution of the Universe.We join the Time Master narrated by Hollywood superstar Andy Serkis, a Victorian gent with his very own time tent who whisks us off on a 13.8 billion year adventure. With expert input from leading scientists, cosmologists, astrophysicists, astrochemists, planetary scientists and astrobiologists we present humanity's current understanding of where everything, including us, came from. The soundtrack features an original immersive score by acclaimed New Zealand composer Rhian Sheehan.
Friday 3rd August
10am – 7pm
Thursday 9th August
6pm – 8pm
Thursday 16th August
10am – 10pm
Thursday 23rd August
10am – 4pm