Graham Walker Science CircusWhat better way to spend a Friday night than with your family enjoying a Science Circus!

Science Show presented by Dr Graham Walker
Friday 15 May 2015
All 3 shows are FULLY BOOKED

An evening event that will include Graham’s high-energy science show, workshops, activities and an opportunity to explore the Cape Town Science Centre at night.

Time: Doors open at 17:30, with shows at 18:00, 19:30 & 20:30 – all 3 shows are FULLY BOOKED
Ticket price: R40 per person

Refreshments: Two of Cape Town’s famous food trucks will be selling food on the evening. Try out Wahine’s (Polynesian fare) or Meisies Food Truck (kid friendly fare).

Featuring Graham Walker and Joe Duggan direct from the Australian National University, this fun-packed interactive performance features extraordinary science you can do with ordinary items and experiments to try at home, along with plenty you definitely shouldn’t try at home like rockets, explosions, fiery chemical reactions and even a bazooka that fires marshmallows! With lots of audience involvement, laughs, learning and exciting experiments, this is science sure to thrill all ages.

More about the Science Circus…
This mission and aim of the Science Circus is building African capacity to engage schools and communities with science. The Science Circus is primarily sponsored by the Australian Government and supported by the Australian National University, Questacon and the Dūcere Foundation. We are delighted to welcome the Science Circus back to Cape Town.

Who is Dr Graham Walker?
Dr Graham Walker has been performing science shows for the past 14 years and is one of only two people in the world with a PhD in science show performance. His unique brand of high-energy delivery and amazing science regularly thrills audiences around the world and now across Africa. Direct from the Australian National University to Africa, don’t miss the rare opportunity to see him in action in Cape Town.

Presented with the support of the Australian High Commission, South Africa and the Cape Town Science Centre.