Explore the strange and magical properties of matter, with fireballs, fire tornadoes and amazing chemical reactions.
You think science is boring, think again; this is science like you have never seen it before. Designed for children and adults alike, Mark’s Spectacular Science Show explores the strange and magical properties of matter with exploding elephant’s toothpaste, vortex-generating dustbins and even howling jelly babies!
‘Packed full of high voltage, chemically charged fun to fire young minds… terrifically light-hearted introduction to the serious business of science’ **** FamiliesOnline.co.uk
Felix said ‘the experiments were brilliant. The explosions were the best!’ Primary Times
“If you are trying to inspire your children for the first time, then this show will be perfect.” **** One4Review.co.uk
TV astronomer and author Mark Thompson has been enthralling audiences for over 20 years with his fascinating journeys around the universe. Now he is turning his infectious enthusiasm to things a little closer to home with this spectacular show.
Mark, a regular face on Good Morning Britain, Five News and an established author, was also co-presenter of the original series of BBC’s Stargazing Live.
Image: Steve Ullathorne
Supported by UEA Outreach
KS2 Years 5/6
Wednesday 16 October
10am–11am or 1pm–2pm
Venue: UEA LCR
Cost: Free, booking required. Max 90 students
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