This month, we unleashed our inner sci-fi obsession as we embarked on a journey through time and space… (in actual fact, we just caught the Central line to the Barbican.) Here, we immersed ourselves in their summer sci-fi takeover, 'Into the Unknown' - a genre-spanning delve into all things science fiction, with everything from films to games and props. But what got us most excited was a one-off live orchestral performance titled, 'Music for Sólaris' – a reimagined score for Andrei Tarkovsky's sci-fi classic 'Solaris', co-created by composers and producers Ben Frost and Daníel Bjarnason. Alongside the piece, Brian Eno and Nick Roberton created some eerie morphing visuals that were projected above the orchestra. The result was a truly transfixing show that left us wanting more.