Video: Gravity Fields Festival celebrates its third year

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The Grantham Gravity Fields Festival took place week, with a grand night on Saturday, September 25.

The five day festival of science, arts, heritage, music, drama and outdoor spectacular impressed visitors with world class performers in and around Grantham.

Take a look at some of our favourite images from Saturday:

Visitors to the event had to opportunity to see an aerial spectacular courtesy of Ockham’s Razor, an AntiGrav box, which turned people’s worlds upside down, and top Spanish creative company Ponten Pie with a unique ‘shed’ for a life-changing experience.

Presenters explored the science of Doctor Who and festival patron Professor Valerie Gibson chose her top ten of Newton’s scientific achievements.

Physicist and festival co-curator Dr Harry Cliff from Cambridge University also brought news of CERN’s High Energy Frontier.

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