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Using our trademark blend of humour, pace and creativity let us enthuse and inspire your children to learn more about the greatest scientific discoveries and theories in the history of humanity.

 

We have a different version available for both a KS1 and a KS2 audience.

What's fruity and burns...?

 

The Grape Fire of London!

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Cadet Sam is bored of doing his homework so he looks to his new computer, the Hobgoblin3000, to help him out...

 

This 60 minute sketch show takes us through the ages looking at a variety of scientific innovations and inventions:

 

KS1 - The Seasons & Weather, Plants, The Animal Kingdom, The Human Body, Materials and their properties, Space.

 

KS2 - The Animal Kingdom, Gravity and Forces, The Human Body, States of Matter, Space, Electricity & Sound.

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The latest in our hugely popular "History of..." series of shows is now touring the country.

"Both performances were fantastic with a very enthusiastic team of actors. Feedback from staff included:

Very entertaining and engaging for all years and ages. Also, the scientific knowledge of the actors was great and the children learnt from them and could take into subsequent lessons.

 

The workshop was creative and imaginative and worked on some great drama skills. The children engaged well and linked really well with the main performance. The children loved creating an invention through drama which linked to their scientific knowledge."

 

Kris Willcox, Begbrook Primary

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