Caractacus Pott’s Science Workshop

Bush Attic
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Part of STORYSTOCK 2016

Caractacus Potts invented the craziest and cleverest car EVER. Come and see what he gets up to in his STORYSTOCK science lab.

Wannabe scientists get to see what happens when a magician pulls a tablecloth off a table, how to turn a glass of water upside down and not spill a drop, balance ping-pongs in the air with a hairdryer or see how a vitamin C tablet can fire up a rocket. There’ll be experiments and secrets revealed.White gowns and glasses provided but don’t forget to bring your crazy ideas! You never know if you are the next Caractacus Pott and you too can make your ideas fly!

This workshop is bought to us by the wonderful Science Wizards. A drink and snack will be provided.

This is a past event 17 Feb 2016 to 19 Feb 2016

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