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Everything You Need to Know About Science (More or Less!)

1, 3, 5 April at 11 am and 7 pm at St James Cavalier  

 Written, directed and starring Malcolm Galea and Joe Zammit

Adults: €12, Children €8
2 Adults + 1 child €30
2 adults + 2 children €32
Extra Child ( up to four children with 2 adults) €6

Malcolm and Joe go out of their way to prove the ultimate theory: that you don't need to be an Einstein to  understand science! This outrageously funny and educational performance cuts science down to size as it explores everything from tiny molecules right up to the solar system and beyond. The show introduces audiences to some of the most important scientists in history while also giving them ( the audience that is, not the scientists) the chance to conduct live experiments. Everything you need to know about Science (More or Less) was first performed at the Żigużajg Festival in 2012 and succeeded in entertaining its audiences for a solid hour while teaching about the many different facets of science and leaving them curious to find out more.

More information: http://www.sjcav.org/page.asp?n=Eventdetails&i=5075&z=5

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