Science Magic: Play with Your Food

Children's Shows (science, comedy)

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Description

The hilarious science show is back with a new food-themed show. Always exciting and sometimes very messy, learn about science and laugh your pants off too. Wanna see a potato rocket launcher? Or conjure dragons breath? How about a vomiting unicorn? All the tricks can be performed by you when you go home. Queue up early as every show fills up! 'Completely engaging with belly laughs included, it’s an unmissable show' ***** (Advertiser, Adelaide). 'There is a lot of mess. And plenty of good, solid science' **** (One4Review.co.uk).

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General venue access

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  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

  • Stairs: Information not supplied

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  • Would like to book specific accessibility services, e.g. a hearing loop, audio description headsets, captioning units, seating in relation to the location of the BSL interpreter
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  • Is a wheelchair user
  • Requires a complimentary personal assistant ticket to attend a performance

Sumeet Singhal 76 days ago

Saw him 2 years ago and was basically the same show but that was no bad thing. Daughter (8) loved most of it. He’s a genuinely funny Irish nerd. He could do himself a favour and get the crowd more behind each stunt like other performers do, if only to raise the temperature of the room and make ppl give more generously at the end! At times a few younger kids in the audience competed for sound and attention and he needs to keep ppl focussed on him. I suspect he’s actually quite shy. I suggest he use music to drown out chatter and create more atmosphere. Worth seeing if you haven’t already seen a science show this fringe.


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One4Review (3/5 stars) 63 days ago

This is a very popular show and the queue starts early, so it’s well worth getting there in good time, as this is a chaotic, dramatic show children and adults alike can enjoy....

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