Boom Crash Boing-The Collision Show

A woman in overalls, wearing a safely crash cap and holding a plush toy cow.

Discover the science behind crashes and collisions. Sir Isaac Newton wouldn't know what hit him!

Have you thought about?

  • What use is a seatbelt?
  • What are the different types of energy?

WHEN AND WHERE

All Ages

Learn About

Featured in this show are Newton's three laws of motion and the physics behind the energy involved in everyday collisions.

For Educators

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Tuesday 12 November, 2019

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Blue Door Room: Gallery 5

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Wednesday 13 November, 2019

3-6
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Blue Door Room: Gallery 5

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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

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Thursday 14 November, 2019

3-6
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Blue Door Room: Gallery 5

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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

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