Science Museum Live : The Energy Show
"I'm a primary school teacher so definitely going to be bringing my children. Brilliant!" , teacher who saw the show in July 2013.
Back by popular demand, The Energy Show is an explosive theatre production that's a must-see for KS2 and KS3 students.
Join Annabella and Phil, two futuristic science students, in a race against time to prove their knowledge of energy. With help from their virtual lab-assistant, i-nstein, and a steampunk workshop full of gadgets and chemicals, they will question, explore, experiment and explode anything and everything they can lay their hands on.
See methane bubbles set alight to create fireballs, watch liquid nitrogen freeze flowers and dodge the hydrogen rockets as they are fired into the audience. Stand well back and cover your ears - this show is explosively exciting!
Performances at the Science Museum from 3-11 April 2014 and 20 July-3 August 2014.
Booking terms apply.
We've produced some notes explaining the science behind the demos featured in The Energy Show. There are also suggested activities to use when following up the show in the classroom.
Download the teachers' notes (pdf).
Can't bring your class to London? Science Museum Live: The Energy Show is on a national tour from April 2014. Check to see whether the show is coming to a theatre near you.
Tour venues and dates.
The details below refer to performances at the Science Museum.
For other tour venues please visit the theatre's own website for prices and to make a booking.
|Thursday 3 April 2014||11:30||-||12:45|
|Thursday 3 April 2014||13:30||-||14:45|