The Light Fantastic

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Wednesday, 14th February 2018
11.30AM - 12.30PM
2.30PM - 3.30PM
Suitable for ages 8+
£9.50 adults (£11 with booking fee)
£7 children (£8.50 with booking fee)
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Can we make everyday objects seem invisible, and what can infrared light tell us about the birth of stars? How do insects use light to see the world and what has that got to do with bank-note forgeries? Join us on a dazzling journey across the spectrum to answer these questions and more, in our fun family exploration of the amazing properties of light.

Prepare to be amazed as our interactive demos and experiments uncover the secrets of sun-cream, the power of the prism and unweave the rainbow to show the impossible.

Booking and information via Chipping Norton Theatre Box Office.



The Theatre, Chipping Norton
2 Spring St , Chipping Norton, OX7 5NL

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