Enjoy a fascinating encounter between two of the UK's finest beatboxers - MC Zani and Gracious B - and Professor David M Howard, specialist in the analysis and synthesis of singing, speech and music, and featured in BBC4's The Voice. Specially invited by Southbank Centre Artist in Residence Shlomo, the two beatboxers perform live as part of the event.
Street Science is at See Further: The Festival of Science + Arts every day of the festival at Southbank with different performers, demonstrators and entertainers each day.
Street Science includes Science in a Suitcase, NOISEmakers, Physics in the Field, Ri Maths busking, Royal Observatory Greenwich and historical characters.
Join the team from BBC One's Bang Goes The Theory as they explore, stretch and explode science live on stage. They take a fresh look at how science shapes the world around us - and there's nothing that they won't put to the test.
Suitable for all ages.
Preshow entertainment for A Celebration of Life on Earth came in the form of the robotic AirPenguin that has been gracing several shows at See Further Festival: The Festival of Science + Arts.
Blending live performance and media, New York's critically acclaimed The Builders Association bring their multi-media theatre experience Continuous City to the UK for the first time on Frday 25 June and Saturday 26 June 2010 as part of See Further: The Festival of Science + Arts.
‘Dazzling and unsettling…a provocative exploration of technology as a global force for connection and disconnection.’ (San Francisco Chronicle)
The UK premiere of Continuous City, a haunting multimedia performance that questions whether digital technology really does bring us together.
We are proud to announce that David Morrissey will be narrator for Icarus at the Edge of Time.
A smash-hit at two Edinburgh Fringe Festivals, Visualise Reloaded is a mischievous mix of physical theatre, live science demonstrations, projected images and music. Using their mastery of the laws of physics to create a world of wordless mystery, the technoclowns use everyday objects in unexpected ways, including balloons, cabbage, toilet rolls and more.
A few places are still available at free workshops for Science and English teachers to explore the connections between science and poetry.
Here's some exclusive images from Al and Al's film for Icarus at the Edge of Time.
Icarus at the Edge of Time is a futuristic reimagining of the classic Greek myth set in outer space, based on a stunning book by the world-renowned physicist Brian Greene.