Science Museum’s explosive live show promises dangerous demonstrations
PUBLISHED: 21:13 12 February 2011
AN explosive show of pyrotechnics and digital projections will prove science is fun to watch.
The Science Museum takes to the stage for the first time ever with an imaginative and explosive family theatre show, which is coming to the Alban Arena in St Albans later this month.
Spectacular science, dangerous demonstrations and extraordinary experiments burst onto the stage in an entertaining live show.
It will enlighten and educate children of all ages on Tuesday, February 22 at 7pm and the following day at 2pm.
Featuring dynamically staged interactive sets with pyrotechnics and digital projections, the action is interspersed with web-cam footage from inside the Science Museum, as well as exclusive footage of some of the nation’s scientific treasures stored at Wroughton in Wiltshire and Blythe House in Kensington.
Delivering fast, furious and frenetically fun family entertainment, Science Museum Live on Tour! will lead children and adults on an exploratory theatrical science adventure.
The show introduces the work of some of the world’s greatest inventors and scientists, from Sir Isaac Newton to James Watt.
Single tickets cost £12.50, with a family pass for a maximum of two adults priced at £45. Tickets for groups of 10 plus cost £10 each.
Click on the Alban Arena’s website above right for more details.