Throughout the centuries magicians have captivated audiences with mysterious and impossible acts that defy the laws of nature. Scientists and mathematicians also know that the world is full of wonder; spending their lives trying to explore and explain it.
Science Magic Shows aims to inspire audiences at schools and festivals with entertaining and educational science and maths shows. The curriculum linked shows bring both gasps of amazement and memorable science teaching. The presenter Dr Matt Pritchard is an Associate of the Inner Magic Circle and world class creative communicator who loves to inspire children in their studies and create a sense of wonder.
“He enthused, motivated and inspired every child in the school.” – Cambridgeshire School
“A glorious blend of showmanship and science.” FringeGuru.com
Show highlights include:
“Superhero Science” – Are superpowers fact or fiction? Explore invisibility, superstrength, body armour, levitation, mind control and find out what they do (or don’t) have to do with real science. The show has a strong emphasis on modern materials and technology inspired by biology.
“Surprising Science” – Can you discover the sneaky scientific secrets behind the surprising illusions? The show will challenge the audience to think creatively like both a scientist and a magician.
“Thrilling Forces” – A fun filled and interactive show that demonstrates the thrilling forces behind theme park and fun fair rides. Rockets will be fired, monkeys will fly and hopefully tall towers won’t come crashing to the ground.
“Magical Maths” – Predicting the future, reading minds, sending secret messages and making objects vanish are easy when you’re a maths magician. With shapes, symmetry, patterns and numbers forming the basis of the maths behind the magic.
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It takes an excellent presenter like you with a great topic to keep 900 GCSE students interested in a maths talk. Thank you for a great session. -
This show not only inspired, it was also fun and highly interactive