CBBC star’s half-term science extravaganza featuring experiments with snot and fart machines

Stefan Gates, a renowned television personality and author, is bringing his highly acclaimed stage show, Rude Science, to Dorset. The event is aimed at sparking an interest in science among children through a unique blend of disgusting experiments and hilarious education. The show is based on Gates’ book “Rude Science” and will feature enormous bottoms, fart machines, snot cocktails and more.

Gates is a multi-award-winning STEM author and CBBC writer and presenter who has written and presented 20 TV series and 12 books. Some of his notable works include “Fartology” and “Science You Can Eat.” His stage shows have been headlining prestigious science events around the world for organizations such as the Royal Institution and the Science Museum. In addition to his work on CBBC, Gates has also presented shows on BBC, written documentaries on food history and entomophagy, and contributed to the New Scientist.

The show will take place at Weymouth Pavilion on Tuesday, February 13th at 11:30 am and 2:30 pm. Tickets are priced at £17.50 for adults and £15.50 for children with a recommended age guideline of 6+. Pre-and post-show meals are available at the Piano Bar, and tickets can be booked by calling the Box Office at 01305 783225.

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