The Alphabet of Awesome Science
Join Professors Lexi Con and Noel Edge (the Word Nerd and the Science Freak) for a thrilling voyage through the alphabet – where fascinating words inspire spectacular science.
It's a tongue-twisting race from A to Z that's equal parts explosive, messy, hilarious, fascinating and gross. Brace yourself for an hour of carefully crafted alphabetical, scientifical (award-winning!) chaos — that floats, flies, squirts, sprays, ignites and erupts!
“A must see show… If I could give it six stars I would” ★★★★★ The Advertiser
“Sets the gold standard for family entertainment at the fringe” ★★★★★ Kids in Adelaide
“Don’t just take the kids, make sure you have time to see this very entertaining show for yourself” ★★★★★ Glam Adelaide
“Fast-paced, entertaining and eye-opening” ★★★★★ See-Do-Eat-Review
Presented by: That Science Gang
That Science Gang creates “Science Theatre” for young people and their families.
We facilitate collaborations between theatre creators and science communicators to produce science-infused productions that better equip audiences to ask BIG questions about the world around them. We seek to inspire audiences to expand their scientific knowledge and literacy, so that they can better engage in important real world conversations.
That Science Gang is presenting two award-winning shows at the 2023 Adelaide Fringe Festival – a thrilling (and explosive!) race through the alphabet in “The Alphabet of Awesome Science” and a vaudeville-inspired journey through the human digestive system in “You Are a Doughnut”.
Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts
...they had the kids completely fascinated the entire show. - Erin Jade, Weekend Notes
Got a kid in your family who’s a little inquisitive? Then for the love of all that is scientific, take them to see this show! - Tom Bowden, The Advertiser
...informative and fascinating, introducing fantastical words and mindboggling science. - Fran Edwards, Glam Adelaide
...left the kids and I looking at each other in disbelief and clapping with joy after nearly every letter reveal. - Shane Berkata, See-Do-Eat-Review
Find us a better kids show at the Fringe...bet you can't! - Tim Cooper, Kids in Adelaide