Marty Jopson: The Science of Everyday Life
In this brilliant scientific tour of household science, BBC1 One Show resident scientist, writer, prop-builder and all-round Science Bloke, Dr Marty Jopson, addresses conundrums such as:
What really makes cakes rise?
Why do soap bubbles burst?
How you get the quartz out of a clock using a hammer?
Answers will be provided, electrical devices dismantled and mess created all in the name of science.
The show is suitable for ages 7 years and up.
TICKETS £6 | £4 CONCESSION*
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22nd 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.)
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