The Royal Institution of Australia and BBC Worldwide Australia and New Zealand present amazing journey through space and time as comedian Rob Lloyd, and his crew of scientists, explore the scientific mysteries of Doctor Who.
Featuring original scenes from the iconic BBC television series, join in the fun with your smartphone as we investigate the science of time travel and teleportation, ask if regeneration is possible, and explain how the TARDIS can be bigger on the inside. You will even get an opportunity to decide which Doctor Who alien will take over the universe.Book here
“Astonishing...fizzing energy and spell-binding charisma!” New York Times
Combining the wit, poetry, and charisma of a great rapper with the accuracy of a scientist, Baba Brinkman takes us on a hip-hop tour of modern biology. A smash hit at the Edinburgh Fringe, in New York, and around the world, The Rap Guide is provocative, hilarious, intelligent, and scientifically accurate.
“A total Dar-winner! As fun as it is informative ... you’ll probably sing along!” New York Post
Best for young people aged 14+. The show contains sexual (though scientific) references and some bad language.Book here
16 June: 6.30pm
17 June 10am & 6.30pm
Monkey Baa Theatre Company’s national reputation for quality theatre for children has been recognised by multiple Helpmann awards for Best Children’s Presentation.
A hilarious and brand-new musical for 3-to-9 year-olds based on a story from the creators of Diary of A Wombat.
Most shearers have a sheep-dog to help them, but not Shaun – he has Pete, a sheep-sheep!
Four performers play shearers, dogs and even sheep as they explore the challenges and rewards of being an individual and not just one of the flock.
4 July: 2pm & 7pm
5 July: 2pm
“Pure junkyard genius.” Sydney Morning Herald
Get up-close in the intimate Dolphin Theatre to enjoy wacky contraptions, gutsy clowning, eccentric circus and puppetry in a quirky story of finding one’s place. Jens shows how even the simplest tasks can be so much more fun if you make it really complicated! If you like your LEGO or love to make crazy machines, Squaring The Wheel won’t just be fun, it’ll be an inspiration!
2013 Adelaide Fringe Award Best Presentation for Children
Best for children aged 5 and over.