The Royal Scottish National Orchestra is joining forces with Glasgow Science Center to offer music-themed fun to Scottish children. 

Children's Classic Concerts will be bringing the musical event to the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on October 26. 

Presenter and percussionist Owen Gunnell will explore science fields such as astronomy, palaeontology, biology and chemistry with the help of music.

Owen Gunnell said: "So many great scientists have also been musicians - in fact, Borodin, one of the composers featured in the concert was a chemist.

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"I also get to create my own experiment using a range of percussion with our new science-themed medley that finishes the concert – it is going to be explosive!”

The event titled 'Weird Science' marks the 25th anniversary of Children's Classic Concerts. 

Audiences will enjoy music from Back to the Future, Jurassic Park and the  Elements Song with live science experiments throughout.

Celine Smith from Glasgow Science Centre said: “Being a music graduate who moved into a science career means I will literally be in my element (pardon the pun) being part of Weird Science.

"So excited to have the opportunity to combine my two passions.”

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Children attending will also have the chance to try their hand at science experiments in the foyer of the venue.  

Tickets are available from Glasgow Royal Concert Hall box office.