Learn up to 130 quick-fire magic tricks, then learn the science that lies behind them. The tricks are self-working; you need no skills, no fancy finger-work, no hidden mirrors, threads, trap-doors or stooges, cos the real magician is nature!
Do the shows go down well? There's a page of quotes that says yes! ...
"Outstanding. Well presented. Clear instructions. Ideas easily transferable to immediate classroom use."
"The man is a genius! Richard Robinson is just a brilliant presenter. This session was off the scale good!"
"Thank you for arranging your fabulous science magic show. It was BRILLIANT!!! I've never seen one like it before."
All the talks are linked into the National Curriculum for Key Stages 2 and 3 (7-15 years old). Topics cover physics, chemistry and biology, including optical illusions and the psychology of science. Richard performs at Festivals, parties and schools Each age gets something different out of it; they marvel at the magic, they learn how to do the tricks, they discover the science that makes the magic seem to happen, they learn a little more about the World. Even grown-ups will pick up a thing or two!
There are four books of SCIENCE MAGIC - find out more on the Book page
Chemical chaos in the kitchen.Ordinary ingredients give an extraordinary display.
Use Gravity do defy gravity! Dozens of tricks to dazzle, entertain and educate you.
Optical and other illusions help to explain light and sound, how we see, hear and feel, and how we can get it all wrong!
What are atoms and molecules? The world needs to know, and Richard is the one to tell them!
The book catalogues Murphy's Laws, all the reasons why things go wrong, The show explains them.
The World's best collection of practical jokes and gags.
Specially for adults and students An evening entertainment in the bar
A whole range of topics and tricks
Using different kinds of energy to build an incredible machine before your eyes.
A show about creative thinking. Thinking outside the box. Thinking round corners. Thinking the unthinkable. Enjoying that thinking feeling.
Love is an irresistible desire to be irresistibly desired. Richardís talk looks at the science of love.
A number of really big things to do with really little numbers.
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