Guinness World Records science-mad show to explode on stage in Tunbridge Wells

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By kentsussex | Wednesday, January 09, 2013, 09:54

For the first time ever, GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS OFFICIALLY AMAZING SCIENCE LIVE! explodes live onto the stage with its record-breaking, science-mad show in Tunbridge Wells.

'Guinness World Records Officially Amazing Science Live!' will be hosted by the Assembly Hall Theatre on Thursday, February 28.

Organisers say the production 'presents adrenaline-filled entertainment for all the family.'

They add: 'Entertaining and informative, the production lifts the lid on the world we live in.  

'It takes you on an explosive journey answering the key questions that keep us awake at night and explores the science behind the record attempts.  

'How has the human body changed over time? How long can you stick someone to a wall and defy gravity? How do you measure the loudest audience?

'For the very first time, audiences up and down the country can join the official Guinness World Records Adjudicator and team of presenters  in genuine world record attempts, live on stage.  

'Guinness World Records Officially Amazing Science Live! invites audiences to unleash their hidden talents, celebrates the talents of others and to potentially leave the show as a world record-breaker!'

Guinness World Records Officially Amazing Science Live! is produced by Guinness World Records and M4 Entertainment Ltd who recently produced Science Museum Live on Tour and Brainiac Live! And who are also Creative Partners for The Big Bang!

Previous winners include:

Andrew Dahl: The most balloons inflated by the nose in 3 minutes are 23 and were achieved by Andrew Dahl (USA) on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy, on 18 March 2010.

Edward Hannaford: The longest french knitting measures 26.33 km (16.36 miles) and was created by Edward Hannaford (UK) in Sittingbourne, UK, on 28 October 2011. Edward worked on the french knitting since 1989 and he is still continuing to make it longer.

Mark Aldridge: The most balloons popped using a pogo stick in one minute is 57 and was achieved by Mark Aldridge (UK) on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Rome, Italy, on 1 April 2010. The record was part of the Italian TV series "Lo Show dei Record".

Tillman the English Bulldog: Tillman the English Bulldog covered a 100m stretch of level car park in a time of 19.678 seconds during X Games XV in Los Angeles, California, USA, on 30 July 2009.


Thu 28 February 7pm

Adult £17 Child £15 Family (x 4) £60

Ticket office 01892 530613/532072



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