Date(s) - 11 Mar 2017
The combination of science and comedy has never been so exciting, from explosions to fire and rockets, come and witness it all! Clowntifics will use comedy and entertainment to explain the scientific concepts behind everything around us in a new and original way.
Clowntifics, brought to you by the minds behind Science in the City, is an interactive science show where members of the audience get to take part in the experiments themselves whilst learning about science and how it affects our day to day lives.
The Big Van Theory, a group of Spanish scientists who are also trained in theatre, will be performing this comedy show for children on Saturday 11 March between 5-6pm at the Palazzo de La Salle.
This interactive show, for children of ages 4 to 11 combines clowns, comedy and experiments to help kids explore the wonders of science. Entrance is against a donation of €5 per person at the door.
This event is organised by the Science in the City festival team and the Malta Chamber of Scientists. Supported by the Valletta 2018 foundation and Get Your Act Together.
To register your interest, avoid disappointment and save time on the day please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come join the Big Van as we delve into the secrets of the universe!
Date: Saturday 11 March, 5-6pm
Place: Palazzo de La Salle, Malta Society of Arts, 219 Republic Street, Valletta
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