A song about science for every letter of the alphabet. Expect atoms, Big Bangs, cells, DNA and plenty more besides. Expect the unexpected. And expect it to rhyme.
The Ensonglopedia of Science is the brand new show by John Hinton, multi-award-winning writer and performer of the Scientrilogy of musical comedies about Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein and Marie Curie. Peer reviewed by actual real life scientists from institutions including the University of Sussex, King’s College London, Royal Observatory Edinburgh, Natural History Museum, Cambridge University Botanic Garden, Culham Centre for Fusion Energy and many more.
Nominated for a Primary Times Children’s Choice Award at Brighton Fringe Festival.
Suitable for ages 7 to adult (although younger siblings are welcome).
Funded by Arts Council England and the Science & Technology Facilities Council
Music and Lyrics
|Family Ticket (for up to four, including a minimum of 1 adult)||£28.50|
|School Groups||£7.50 (contact Box Office to book)|
Tickets are £12 or less with Arcola Passport.
Schools Performances at 1 pm on Thursday 19th October and Friday 20th October (general public booking is also available for these performances).
Public Performance at 11 am on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd October.
If purchasing a Family Ticket, please be aware that one of the four attendees must be an adult.
For schools bookings, please contact the Box Office. Student tickets are £7.50 with 1 free Teacher for every 10 Students.
Running time: 50 minutes approximately .
Press enquiries: Nick Connaugton — firstname.lastname@example.org