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Free entry Suitable for families, but be warned - there will be flashes and loud bangs. No tickets, so please come early to get a good seat. Please contact us if you are bringing a large party (>10).

We are pleased to announce that this year’s bonfire night extravaganza will be THE BIGGER BANG SHOW - a spectacular demonstration of the power and excitement of Chemistry, featuring loads of classic experiments with new twists, including - Monster barking dogs - Exploding ostrich eggs - Chemiluminescence - The awesome power of liquid oxygen - Cryogenic capers with liquid nitrogen - Methane mamba - The exploding dustbin, and much, much more!

Dr Sosabowski has taken his exciting science shows all over the country. Please check out for more information and photos and see the Bigger bang showreel at

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This talk is part of the Society of Chemical Industry series.

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