The stand up science showman.
The content for each of Ian B Dunne’s schools shows vary depending on the age range and mix of the audience but it is always entertaining and goes down a storm and he is often assisted by his little robot friends, Ani, Kat and Jeff3D2.
Our stand up science showman’s talks last around an hour. As Faraday said, ‘that’s enough for anybody’, but they can be tailored to fit whatever you need.
Any of Ian’s science shows for schools can be tweaked for any and all age groups from Nursery groups to after dinner and work well with mixed public / family audiences.
Ian has presented at the Royal Institution and many British Science festivals.
His science shows cover the broad range of science and a broad sense of humour too.
Ian is based in Southampton but travels widely to deliver his talks.
Four or more maths or science shows in one day at a school is not unusual and all for the same day rate fee. Give him some tables, electricity, a jug of water and sometimes access to a data projector to show pretty pictures….and an audience and he’ll give you a show to remember.
The Science Shows
|Science Magic… Magic Science||Demonstrations that look like Magic, some spectacular stunts and played for the laughs.||KS 3 +|
|The Best Bits of Science…..Ever||Some of my favourite demonstrations, pictures and specimens||KS 2 +|
|Great Moments in Science||Galileo, Newton, Darwin and beyond||KS 2 +|
|The Wrong Stuff||Science that seemed a good idea at the time, but history has shown to be a bit wrong||Adult Science festival|
|Think Like a Scientist||A Science Show to make you think.||KS2 +|
|The Kurious Kabinet of Dr Katterfelto||Katterfelto travelled the country 200 years ago to bring enlightenment to the people, what he did and how.||Adult Science festival|
|Fizz, Pop, Think||Demonstrations to make you go urgh, aaarh and wonder, some thinking may be involved||KS 2 +|
|Evolution, Adaptation, Darwin and that||Natural History and the wonders of the nature||KS 2 +|
|Maths, Puerile and Appalled||Maths is wonderful and it effect us all, from simple but strange maths tricks to the wonders of binary and computers.||KS 3 +|
|Primarily Primary Maths||This title is a clue on this one, it is about maths for primary schools. Striving to lift the curtain on the wonderful world of Numbers|
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