Second show added to Venue 114’s Magical World of Crazy Science

Crazy Science left hundreds of children in awe.

Due to popular demand and selling out of the first Magical World of Crazy Science performance in one week, Venue 114 is thrilled to announce a second show has been scheduled.

The second show will take place these school holidays for Thursday 14 January at 12.30pm.

This exciting and quality performance led by host Richard Scholes is the ultimate science adventure and a must do these school holidays.

It’s wowed audiences with more than 3500 successful shows in Australia and overseas, inspiring and engaging children with the magic that is science.

Magical World of Crazy Science incorporates the weird and wonderful worlds of science, magic, comedy, mime and music in 60 minutes of awe-inspiring fun. See giant columns of elephant toothpaste, high-flying toilet paper, zooming smoke rings plus the incredible magic of polymers and gigantic bubbles, which have to be seen to be believed.

Add this to a hilarious mix of award-winning interactive magic and a DJ spinning music and sound effects and you have one of the world’s most engaging science shows.

Over the years, the Magical World of Crazy Science has surprised and entertained thousands of children and adults alike.

“It never ceases to amaze me the amazing reaction Crazy Science gets from people of all ages. We have used Crazy Science on numerous occasions for stage, corporate events and festivals. I can’t recommend it highly enough,” Mark Loyd said.

Richard Scholes’ career has an intriguing blend of academic life mixed with performing arts.

After working for more than a decade as a microbiologist, Richard switched his coat lab for the stage and moved overseas with his family to study mime, mask and comedia in London and Europe. He returned home to work for the Queensland Theatre Company as a performer, writer and director.

Richard has been entertaining audiences nationally and internationally for more than 20 years and is regarded as one of Australia’s leading exponents in this field. It was during this time Richard saw a need for a show to teach young minds about science in a fun way, and he has also made appearances in QPAC’s hugely popular Out of the Box children’s festival.

Full of excitement and surprises, these tickets won’t last long, get yours tickets now.

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