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Horrible Science coming to Darlington Civic Theatre
AN ADAPTATION of a wildly successful series of books will see families entertained with fantastic facts and gruesome goings-on in a North-East theatre this autumn.
Children can find out just why picking their nose could be dangerous, as well as why penguins don’t get spots and why the moon doesn’t wander off when Horrible Science comes to Darlington Civic Theatre in November.
Audience participation, actors and 3-D Bogglevision will bring to life the popular series of books, which have sold more than 15 million copies across the world.
North-East actor Iain Ridley, as school boy hero Billy Miller, will take the audience on an adventure through science as he battles a computer intent on taking over the world, asking them to help him defeat 6ft high bacteria and show Baron Frankenstein how parts of the body fit together.
The show will run from Tuesday, November 5 until Saturday, November 9 and is recommended for audiences aged six and above.
Tickets, which are £12.50 for adults and £9 for children, can be booked by calling 01325-486555 or visiting darlingtoncivic.co.uk.
A free education pack is available at birminghamstage.com/education.
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