Celebration of 20 years of science wow comes to an end with a fanfare this October half-term at Winchester Science Centre.
The contestants are ready. The judges are waiting. It’s 2002 and Winchester Science Centre is the home of Science Starz, a science show like you’ve never heard before.
Until November 13 visitors are invited to join the final show in the science centre’s celebration of 20 years of science wow. Join the audience of an awesome science music reality show and discover the epic connections between sound and science.
To end the celebrations with a fanfare, visitors are invited to find out all about sound. Back in 2002 the music scene was dominated by singing talent show winners.
Shows like Pop Idol produced the highest selling singles year on year. But is there any science involved in music? In Science Starz, visitors will join the Science Centre Inspirers to find out.
Percussion and wind instruments will come to life through exciting science experiments. The hugely popular dancing fire of the Ruben’s tube will be back to dazzle the crowds.
And the ultimate science musical instrument – the mind-blowing, light-bending laser harp – will be on hand to wow everyone.
But which scientific sound machine will be crowned the reality show winner? The vote is up to the audience, they decide who wins!
To book tickets visit WinchesterScienceCentre.org