As a fully paid up member of the grown-up world I'm not quite the target audience Science Musuem Live is trying to hit - no matter. From the moment the chain reaction contraption was set off at the start I was a child again! The show manages to strike the balance between delivering interesting, relevant science facts while engaging an audience of children and grown-ups alike. The magician scene in the second half is particularly memorable, not least for the performances given by the show's presenters. The mass appeal of the show is in no small part due to their talent. Well done! - HB
28 Feb 11
I love this show, have seen it in three different venues with my kids, nieces and their friends. Imagine a show about a museum and about science keeping kids happy and interested for over an hour ! Plenty of participation too. Beware the bowling ball - larry
28 Feb 11
Fortunately for everyone this is brilliantly put together, wonderfully and skilfully targeted at children and adults in a family group.The show is full of genuine and surprising content at a time when all we hear is bad news about science education, the awareness of history and the importance of children's appreciation of culture which is more than a mouse click. If this is an advert, then get down to science museum, and places like it - they need you with this government around. And why wouldn't you anyway? - anto
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