How do we make sounds, record sounds and see sounds? Music to your Ears is a classic science made simple show all about the science of sound, with lots of surprises and excitement through highly visual demonstrations and audience interaction.
Our show informs your audience about basics of sound, how our ears hear, and the latest in music technology.
Witness the Theramin, the ultimate ‘hands-free’ instrument, and see music being made with a blowtorch! Discover what sound is, and see what it actually looks like. Find out about the important sound sensors in our ears, and how they can be damaged by loud music. Uncover the mysteries of how CD players and MP3 players work, and even have some fun with synthesised voices!
Where – New Victoria Theatre (Rhoda McGaw Theatre), Peacocks Centre, Woking, Surrey GU21 6GQ
When – Tuesday 27 September 2016, 1.00pm (running time approx. 60 min)
Who – Home Education families and friends. The show is aimed at KS2 but suitable for the whole family. Minimum age is 5.
Price – £5 per person (normal price £13.85). The price is the same for adults and children. You will need to have at least 1 responsible adult in your party.
How to book – email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org and state number of tickets required. If tickets still available you’ll be asked to pay to complete your booking. You will have 24 hours to do so. Pay via either PayPal or bank transfer (details will be on the email). You will receive an email confirming your booking. Once paid for, tickets are non-refundable, unless the show is cancelled by the Theatre.
Booking closes Wednesday 17 August 2016.