Date

22 Jun 2019
Expired!

Time

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Cost

£5 (or free when purchased with evening performance ticket)

Labels

Theatre

Flux Workshop

Puppetry and Physics Workshops for Teenagers 11 – 16 years

With Smoking Apples Theatre Company

In association with their new show Flux

 

Come and join award winning theatre company Smoking Apples for an interactive physics workshop, created and delivered in association with the Institute of Physics.

Participants will be able to explore key physics concepts, such as Nuclear Fission, in a fun and creative way (using drama and puppetry skills as tools to unlock this). Participants will also use visual objects and a specially adapted piece of light up set from the show. Participants will be able to visually explore physics theories interactively.

 

This will be accompanied with a discussion on the role of women in science and ht positive career pathways that can be explored in physics.

 

Smoking Apples are also performing their show Flux in the evening and if you book a ticket to the evening performance, the workshop place is free! The discount will automatically be applied at the online checkout when the workshop ticket and evening performance ticket are added into the cart together.

 

Please specify your attendance at the time of booking. Otherwise, please email hattie@smokingapplestheatre.com to book. Spaces are limited!

The Kirkgate Centre is a COVID19 secure venue.
 
We ask customers not to attend if any of the following symptoms are present:
- a new and persistent cough
- a high temperature
- any loss of, or change to, your sense of smell/taste
 
Hand sanitiser is provided upon entry to the building, and additional cleaning measures have been introduced.
 
There is a one way system in operation, and persons visiting the building must leave their name and contact number on entry.
(Please note this is not required for those who have booked in advance for a show, or those attending classes where records of attendees are already kept).
 

Face coverings must be worn inside the building and all safety signs and advice must be adhered to by all staff, volunteers and visitors.
 
Thank you for your patience at this challenging time.
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