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Dr Bunhead's Recipes for Disaster

The funniest, silliest, most surreptitiously educational science show by Brainiac & Blue Peter's resident extreme scientist.

2.30pm or 7.00pm

Suitable for kids aged 5-105, the West End hit Dr Bunhead's Recipes for Disaster is truly a show for all the family. Dr Bunhead - Brainiac & Blue Peter's resident extreme scientist (aka top scientist Tom Pringle) brings science to life with an outrageous assortment of madcap experiments - literally creating explosive entertainment!

It's time to hold on to your undies as he blasts his way through a kitchen full of everyday objects. Watch out for exploding hot water bottles, DIY breakfast bombs, an electrifying Franken-gherkin, exploding underpants and even the re-creation of his recent Guinness World Record for the fastest chips in town! Bursting with fascinating factual content and audience participation, your children won't even realise they are learning in between the firework fun and gruesome giggles!

Don't miss the chance to see Dr Bunhead's amazing experiments right before your eyes!


Mr Tom Pringle | talks


Date and Time:

16 July 2005 at 2:30 pm


2 hours



The Oxford Playhouse
Beaumont Street
01865 305305
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Organised by:

Science Oxford Live
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£12 adults £9 children

Available from:

01865 305305 or www.oxfordplayhouse.com

Additional Information:

Organised by The Oxford Trust in partnership with The Oxford Playhouse

Ths is a Science in the City event, part of Evolving City

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