Ensonglopedia of Science is a music/theatre/science show to delight the inquisitive mind.
Expect atoms, black holes, dinosaurs and electromagnetism. Expect folk, grunge, hip-hop, interpretative dance, jingles and knowledge. Expect X-Rays, Y-chromosomes and zoologists. In fact, expect the alphabet to feature quite prominently. Above all expect the unexpected!
Every science topic under the sun (and some above it) chucked in with a few interactive games, a smattering of tangential storytelling and some brilliant video animation by top international artists.
The Ensonglopedia of Science is the brand new show by John Hinton, multi-award-winning writer and performer of the Scientrilogy of musical comedies about Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein and Marie Curie.
Peer reviewed by actual real life scientists from institutions including University of Sussex, King’s College London, Royal Observatory Edinburgh, Natural History Museum, Cambridge University Botanic Garden, Culham Centre for Fusion Energy and many more. Funded by Arts Council England and the Science & Technology Facilities Council.
Suitable for ages 7 to adult
“John Hinton is an absolute joy…You can’t help thinking: this guy could get anyone interested in science” Adelaide Theatre Guide
“Hinton expertly makes the most complicated of concepts easily intelligible” British Theatre GuideBook Now