Coming soon to a theater near you: Nerd Nite and the Bay Area Science Festival take over the Alamo Drafthouse for a special night of science, history, and booze! Celebrate the New Mission Theater’s 100th anniversary in all its newly restored glory, as we get a thrill out of cult film, put mosquitos under the microscope, learn how live performance is made from discarded 16mm film, and hear the gory details on old SF’s grizzly bear vs. wild bull fights—plus much more! Enjoy some of our favorite Nerd Nite alumni returning with all-new talks, while you sit back and enjoy the Alamo’s food and drink service. And did we mention cocktail robots will be taking over the bar? Be there and be square!

Due to circumstances outside of our control, the Alamo has rescinded their previous offer to host our cocktail robots. We deeply regret this and are working to make it right.


  • Joshua Grannell (a.k.a Peaches Christ)
  • Peter Conheim and Maximillian Godino of Wet Gate, 16mm Performance Ensemble
  • Woody LaBounty and David Gallagher, Western Neighborhoods Project
  • Katherine Petrin and Alfonso Felder of the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation
  • UC Davis Biologist Walter Leal and KQED Deep Look

This event is 18+.

Wednesday 11/2/2016
Door+cocktail robots at 7 pm, talks start at 8 pm and end by 10:30 pm
Alamo Drafthouse's New Mission Theater, 2550 Mission St, SF (near 24th St BART)

Advance tickets were $15+service fee. We sold out.