Added Energy at the Alban Arena

Love Punch

Love Punch - Credit: Archant

Family theatre for curious minds is at the heart of the Energy Show which is being presented by the Science Museum Live from next Friday, June 20, to Saturday, June 22.

Among the attractions at the Alban Arena will be methane bubbles set alight to make fireballs, liquid nitrogen freezing flowers, hydrogen balloons exploding and rockets fired into the audience.

Two futuristic science students will race against time to prove their knowledge of energy with the help of virtual lab-assistant, i-nstein, and a steampunk workshop full of gadgets and chemicals.

Tickets are £15 with under-16s £12 and performances are at 7pm Friday and Saturday and at 2pm Saturday and Sunday. They can be obtained from the box office on 01727 844488 or online at www.alban-arena.co.uk

n Calvary is showing at the Arena at 7.30pm next Tuesday, June 17.


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Tickets for matinees are £5 and for evenings they are £7 or £5 for concessions.

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