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Florence Schechter - Speaker (paid)

I perform comedy about science from the body in space to animal sex and can do sets from 5 minutes to 30. I produce a show called "Agony Auncles of Science" (www.agonyauncles.co.uk) where scientists and comedians solve real people's problems with science. We were listed in WIRED as the top science show to see on the Fringe.

The Bug Man - Speaker (paid)

The Bug Man, Martin Rapley FRES FBNA. Amazing live animal science shows in schools and events. Shows include The Big Bug Experience, The Big Bug Lecture theatre show . Hands-on, close-up live science shows for schools and events. Tarantulas, scorpions, giant millipedes, flying stick insects, flying cockroaches, leaf insects and much more. Now taking bookings for 2019/20. See www.thebugman.co.uk for details, available dates and prices.

Matthew Tosh - Speaker (paid)

REAL SCIENCE OR JUST BANGS: THE SCIENCE OF FIREWORKS Explore the colourful and explosive world of pyrotechnics as Matthew deconstructs the science behind firework displays. He'll demonstrate how to create colours, different sound effects, shock waves and perfectly timed bursts in time to music, whilst ensuring that displays are safe. Fully customisable to fit your venue or event and featuring real indoor fireworks, this is an exciting and dramatic show featuring real science.

Mario Di Maggio - Speaker (paid)

Immersive Theatres is a mobile digital planetarium service for all ages specialising in astronomy, cross-curricular learning, headset-free VR, new media art, entertainment and exploration of the 360˚ digital medium. We offer the largest catalogue of 360° films in the world, shared (headset-free) VR experiences and presenter-led astronomy shows by engaging and experienced science communicator Mario Di Maggio (BSc, PGCE), who has 25 years experience in non-formal science education.

Andrew Holding - Speaker (free)

Andrew's research focuses on breast cancer, using genome sequencing and machine learning to improve patient outcome. Andrew has spoken at schools across the UK, given talks for Science Festivals, and presented radio for the BBC. Andrew has won several prizes for his public engagement work including the Cancer Research UK's inaugural 'Rising Star in Research Engagement' prize, and being named as one of the RSC's 175 'Faces of Chemistry'. For more information: http://andrewholding.com/outreach/

Ginny Smith - Speaker (paid)

My stage shows and workshops about the brain, aimed at ages 7-adult are highly interactive and demo led. I have performed at schools, science festivals and events around the UK and overseas, bringing my passion for neuroscience and a suitcase full of tricks to help you understand your brain better. I love to include Q&A at the end of my shows, answering questions on anything from dreams to brain transplants! For more details of my shows, please see my website: www.ginnysmithscience.com

Stephen Plater - Speaker (paid)

Dinosaurs are a fascination and an inspiration for children. Our hands-on, interactive workshops feature genuine and replica fossils from our museum in Hull. The artefacts include teeth, claws, even a genuine dinosaur egg! Highlight of the presentation is a full size replica Allosaur skull (sharp, scary teeth!) Children are told the exciting stories of the fossils then have the chance to touch and handle the artefacts.

Matthew Tosh - Adviser

Health and Safety advice for science festivals, high-profile stage shows and demonstrations, including reviewing risk assessments. I’ve won repeated commissions for my proactive approach at bridging the gap between what a performer wants to do and legal H&S obligations. My risk assessments and H&S processes are trusted as being thorough by both my firework and science communication colleagues. Previous clients include Cheltenham Festivals and Greg Foot.

Matthew Tosh - Speaker (paid)

THE FX FACTOR: Flames, smoke and pyro are used on TV, in films and on stage to add explosive atmosphere, but how do scientists go about making these effects? Join Matthew Tosh to find out and explore the amazing world of live special effects. Learn how to make a controlled column of fire or ankle hugging fogs without choking the audience and much more. Packed with demos, freezing jets, bubbling flasks, smoke and one or two explosions, this is the very serious science behind stage effects.

Matt Pritchard - Speaker (paid)

"A glorious blend of showmanship and science." FringeGuru.com "He enthused, motivated and inspired every child in the school." Primary School, Cambridgeshire Dr Matt’s shows bring gasps of amazement, thought provoking ideas and memorable teaching. He is an Associate of the Inner Magic Circle and world class creative communicator who loves to inspire children in their studies and create a sense of wonder.

Explorer Dome - Speaker (paid)

Different science topics: We have a variety of shows that cover aspects of physics, chemistry, biology and environmental sciences. Our shows are truly cross-curricular, designed to support and enhance science learning at all key stages. Shows for your audience: All our shows are led by enthusiastic, talented and fun science presenters who work with schools groups, families and specialist adult audiences. We have the experience to tailor the sessions for any ages, interests and abilities.

Sphere Science Limited - Speaker (paid)

Anyone for a lively, inspiring show? This exciting show comprises a series of “science tricks” with unexpected and surprising outcomes, challenging the audience to think through, with the help of the presenter, how each one works. People watch, think, discuss and remember. Early Years to Key Stage 3 and families, anywhere. www.spherescience.co.uk

Ken Farquhar - Speaker (paid)

Experienced International touring Science presenter with a variety of shows and workshops to suit most events. Details videos and images can be found at www.dodifferent.co.uk

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