Professors Gusto and Hitch work hard in the Laboratory of Curiosity answering questions: how do birds stay in the air? Why don't the stars fall from the sky? Where does the moon go in the daytime? Only one thing is certain – the universe is filled with wonder and not everything is as it seems. This playful, interactive family show will wow with high-flying aerial dance, a magical soundtrack and stunning design.
After touring schools in Mid-Wales in 2016, the show has now been adapted to tour to venues across the UK. Starting in Edinburgh at Leith Volcano, Flying Atoms will then visit London & the South East along with venues around Wales.
LONDON AND SOUTH EAST DATES:
8th September - Swansea Science Festival - Taliesin - SOLD OUT
19th September - University of Surrey - Schools only
21st September - Science Oxford - Public Performance
22nd September - Science Oxford - Schools only
27th October - The Exchange, Twickenham - Public Performance
28th October - Norwich Science Festival - Public Performance
30th & 31st - Imperial College London - Schools only
Flying Atoms is a playful exploration of forces and matter to inspire curiosity and enable access the basic principles of physics for Key Stage 2 learners. Interactive in design, the performance features high-flying aerial dance, a magical soundtrack and stunning design.
We have recently completed a tour of the primary schools in Powys. Here's what our evaluation told us:
photos by Zoe Quick and Amanda Griffkin.