Take the kids to Braniac Live!

Strap on your safety goggles! Brainiac Live!, science’s greatest and most volatile show, arrives for its Edinburgh Fringe debut with a vengeance! Refreshed, re-charged and even more explosive.

‘excellent – the Science Museum meets Top Gear’ The Guardian

The show celebrates its 10th anniversary with a bang. Literally! Expect to see exploding dustbins, supercharged spinning chairs and the ultimate Airzooka challenge. It’s the wild world of the weird and wonderful and a no- brainer summer outing for girls and boys alike.

Andy Joyce, No.1 Brainiac and director of the show, says: “I’m so excited about presenting the show at the Fringe after doing five hundred performances around the UK and everywhere from London’s Southbank to Australia.  I can’t wait to see the amazement on the children’s faces, when they see our daredevil experiments but remember DON’T DO THIS AT HOME!”

Since 2008 Brainiac Live! has played to packed houses across the UK in theatres, holiday resorts and event, blowing the minds of over 400,000 children and their families. The show has headlined top science festivals, like the Big Bang Fair, has played theatre venues across the globe, had its West End debut in 2013 and in January 2018 played at the Sydney Opera House.

Now, as it makes its Edinburgh Fringe debut, watch from the safety of your seat as the Brainiacs delve fearlessly into the mysteries of science and do all of those things on stage that you’re too scared to do at home!

www.brainiaclive.com / Facebook: brainiac-live / Twitter: @brainiaclive


Dates: 1st – 27th August 2018

Time: 11am

Venue: McEwan Hall in Bristo Square, Medical School, Teviot Place, Edinburgh, EH8 9AG

Tickets from £10.80

Box Office: 0844 545 8252 / Buy Tickets Here

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