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Friday 4th July at 2pm
Science Museum Live presents
THE ENERGY SHOW
Explosive family theatre for curious minds
Produced by London’s world-famous Science Museum, The Energy Show is on a whistle-stop UK tour. Specially created to make science exciting, it’s packed with electrifying (and educational!) thrills that kids aged 7+ will just love. Highlights
include methane bubbles set alight to make fireballs, flowers frozen by super cold liquid nitrogen, plasma balls, exploding hydrogen balloons and rockets fired into the audience!
It’s a furious race against time as two futuristic science students – Annabella and Phil – try to prove their knowledge of energy with a series of eye-popping experiments! With help from their incredible virtual lab assistant, i-nstein, and a steampunk workshop overflowing with gadgets and chemicals, they explore, experiment and explode anything and everything, live on stage!
Directed and co-written by Martin Lamb, who has worked with English National Opera and the V&A, The Energy Show boasts a creative team who have worked internationally on more than 500 shows, including productions on the West End and Broadway. Their awards include a Tony Award, a Village Voice OBIE and a
Theatregoers’ Choice Award.
Anthony Richards, the Science Museum’s Manager of Learning Programmes, said: “It will make you think, it will make you laugh and you will find out something new. More than anything, you can enjoy it with your family and friends – although watch out for the flying bottles! This isn’t the science you are used to, believe me!”
The Energy Show explodes onto the Queen’s Theatre stage, Billet Lane, Hornchurch, on Saturday 5 July at 7pm and Sunday 6 July at 2pm and 7pm. Tickets are £12 for children, £15 for adults and £48 for a family ticket. School group discounts available. Call the Box Office on 01708 443333 or book online at queens-theatre.co.uk