SCIENCE MUSEUM LIVE: THE ENERGY SHOW Comes to Marlowe Theatre, 4/25-26
ELECTRIFYING theatre comes to Canterbury later this month.
Science Museum Live: The Energy Show is a unique theatrical experience featuring live experiments and demonstrations, including flaming methane bubbles, soaring hydrogen-filled rockets and a hair-raising Van de Graaf generator.
Futuristic science students Annabella and Phil race against time to prove their knowledge of energy through the experiments. The show features a virtual assistant named i-nstein and a steampunk workshop full of gadgets and chemicals.
Director Martin Lamb said: "The Energy Show is a dynamic and fresh way for young people to engage with science, weaving together the best elements of a traditional live science show with the storytelling features of family theatre. Audiences will enjoy an engaging experience, no matter their background in science."
The Energy Show is suitable for all ages from seven upwards and is a must-see for Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 students. A trailer is available on the Science Museum's You Tube channel.
Science Museum Live: The Energy Show is at The Marlowe Theatre at 7pm on Friday 25 April, and 2pm and 7pm on Saturday 26 April. Tickets, priced £15 (concessions available, booking fees apply) are from the Box Office on 01227 787787 or at marlowetheatre.com.
Photo Credit: Benjamin Ealovega