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Mad Science for Kids at School, Birthday Parties and Holiday Camps

                   

This spooky science event will teach children about air pressure and attempt to help a vicious vampire into her coffin after a night of feasting. 

Then Countess Eggberta falls under a witch's spell while the children use science to figure out how to reverse the spell. Afterwards, the indoor fireworks will wow the children out of their seats, and the floating eyeballs will amaze everyone. 

Finally, the children will experience a cemetery effect that is guaranteed to spook and thrill any audience! 

Running from 3rd October – 4th November.

 


                

Dove Pan - YIKES! Our Mad Scientist is afraid of spiders. Can he use the powers of magic to make a spider disappear? 

Count Eggbert - Poor Countess Eggberta can't get in her coffin. We will use an invisible force to get him back where he belongs. 

Countess Eggberta - All those styrofoam spiders can be quite annoying! We need to use science to clean up!

Melting Witch - Watch in amazement as a mysterious clear liquid melts a witch away! 

Flash Paper - Watch it go up in flames and disappear like magic! 

Hovering Eyeball - Beware! The floating eyeball is watching you.

Cemetery Effect - It's pretty crreeeepy!

Slime Time! - Whip out your cauldron and mix up a batch of Ooey Gooey Slime. Yuck! 

 

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