Live Virtual Festival - Day 3
SUNDAY 29th NOVEMBER
Virtual Escape Room: Live from
campus with GreenHouse
The Superhero in You: A kid’s
science show by Esplora Interactive
Birds of a Feather: by
Mind Your Energy!: A puppet show by
EWA (Energy & Water Agency
Bats Do Jazz: by musician Diccon
Cooper & researcher Sim Cutajar
A European Story: an immersive
storytelling session by MEUSAC
500 Days in the Life of a Shark:
Water – Be the change: A play
about water in Malta by More
or Less Theatre for EWA
Guess What Quiz Show?
ICT Researchers’ Den: by the
Faculty of ICT
Like Now and Then: Theatre
performance on Malta’s environment
by More or Less Theatre for ERA
Mindfulness for Children: with
the Richmond Foundation
Feedback Loops: A music and dance
performance by Alina Ivan, Dan
Wimperis and Anna Spink
GRAND FINALE – END of Festival
What does it mean to be Engaged,
Empowered and Enabled in the
Day 3 was packed with kids science puppet shows, science storytelling and performing arts shows.
About this Event
Welcome one and all to Day 3 of Science in the City 2020, Malta’s science and arts festival. The time has come for you to join us for the third and final day of our jam packed 3-day Live Virtual Festival, filled with lots of amazing and interesting content! Below are the shows you can look out for on Sunday.
Throughout the day we have lots of fun interactive games and activities for for the whole family to enjoy, right from the comfort of your home. Look out for the Virtual Escape Room, Microscopic Mysteries, Guess What Quiz Show and a unique activity in ICT Researchers’ Den, you might even find yourself making an offer!
If you are interested in the natural world and the environment then make sure you look out for the great activities we have in 500 Days in the Life of a Shark and Birds of a Feather by SharkLab and BirdLife Malta. We also have another brilliant performance in Like Now and Then highlighting the environment in Malta.
We will have the final showing of the UK performing arts piece Feedback Loops, inspired by research using wearable devices to help monitor and track depression, while the Be the Change play is tackling the issue of water conservation in Malta, and a puppet show by the Energy and Water Agency called Mind Your Energy!
We will be hosting an immersive storytelling session in A European Story and will quieten things down for children with a special activity with the Richmond Foundation in Mindfulness for Children
We will have a science show by Esplora in The Superhero in You and a fascinating look at echolocation through the medium of jazz in Bats Do Jazz. Finish your evening by celebrating and looking back at what has truly been a one of a kind festival in the Grand Finale of Science in the City!
We told you it would be interesting! Book your tickets now so you don’t miss out!
This event is part of the Science in the City Live Virtual Festival running between the 27-29 November. Check out our website for our Explore the Arches content.
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