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Dr Ken: It's All Done With Mirrors
Quirky stunts and illusions performed, science discovered and engineering explored.
Dr Ken blends spectacular magic tricks, illusions and stunts with extraordinary science and engineering.
Objects rearrange, appear and disappear. Audience members levitate.
Is it a trap door, mirror or sleight of hand? All will be revealed.
All young people under the age of 12 should be accompanied by an adult.
TICKETS £5 | £3 CONCESSION*
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25th October 12:00 - The Forum Auditorium
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(*Concessions for this event are offered to children under the age of 16, adults aged 60 or over, students in full-time education, Go For Less card holders, those on Income Support and registered disabled. Proof of status may be requested on arrival. Please remember to bring it with you.)
This is a Norwich Science Festival event.
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