Dates & times
Friday 30 June at 10:00am, 12:30pm
The Chapel - Chapel Off Chapel
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!
Created and performed by David Lampard & Emma Bargery. Established in 2002, That Science Gang is dedicated to the creation of unique and innovative science-inspired edutainment experiences that engage, entertain and educate. That Science Gang’s STEAM-focussed programs have been performed for hundreds of thousands of students (and members of the general public) across South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria. These programs – including science shows, workshops, site tours and theatre productions – have been produced in collaboration with and for a wide variety of clients and festivals, including the Adelaide Festival Centre’s Something On Saturday program, the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, SA Water, Country Arts SA, the RiAus, the Adelaide Football Club and National Science Week.
“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
- Ticket prices are subject to additional transaction fees.
- Children must be accompanied by an adult for all events.
- Wheelchair access is available at Chapel Off Chapel
- Babes in Arms: Children 24 months and under may attend performances free of charge on the condition that they do not occupy a seat and sit on the lap of a parent or guardian.
- Performances will not be Auslan interpreted however, they include strong visual content and can be enjoyed by deaf, hard of hearing and ESL audiences.
- Videography and photography will take place throughout the Festival.
- Roola Boola will be proceeding as per the State Government COVID-19 requirements for indoor events to ensure the safety and wellbeing of patrons, staff and artists.