‘The Sky at Day’ (Strolling Walkabout)
A Roving Planetarium for those Afraid of the Dark. An astronaut floats in zero gravity pursued by an astronomer armed only with a strange telescope. People stop, stare into space and are drawn into
an absurd tour of the universe. Whether you’re looking through the lens or are part of the audience you are guaranteed a different comic experience.
‘Which way is Up?’ (Static Show)
The last British Space Scientists from the 60’s attempt to get to the moon one step at a time. Watch as they go through basic training and prepare for blast off…Relax, stare into space and ponder will they get their rocket off the ground?
The Walkabouts were fantastic and provided lots of
interest for the public, not only for the kids but I have a suspicion the Mums & Dads quite enjoyed it quite a lot too…They really enhanced the event by adding that extra something. The shows on stage drew a large crowd and the kids were enthralled from start to finish. Well done guys!
Worstead Music & Arts Festival
‘A fantastic family friendly show’ Kendall Mintfest
‘A walkabout that is actually out of this world!’ Glastonbury Festival
“I’ve never laughed so much at Science!”
Eastern Daily Press
Using a bizarre collection of props including ping pong balls, drinking straws, half a dozen eggs and a sink plunger, the two performers brought their unique brand of comedy to this Science in the City event and had the audience in stitches.
Anna Lewcock BA Festival
‘I loved the planetarium..they really are on another planet….how many bizarre science stunts can you get out of a suitcase?’
Quentin Cooper BBC Science Journalist
‘Einfach Wunderbar!!!!’Pflasterspektakel, Linz, Austria