Danger High Voltage!

The Science Museum, London

Wednesday 21 September 2016
6.30pm

Free (Ticket Required)

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Town Hall
High Street
Forres
IV36 1PB

Everything you have ever wanted to know about electricity and magnetism but were too afraid to experiment to find out!

How did Luigi Galvani make a dead frog dance? Why did Benjamin Franklin fly his kite in a lightning storm? Just how unusual was Nikola Tesla? Have you ever wondered what 250,000 volts looks like close up?

All of these questions and more will be answered by the boffins from the Science Museum in London as they take you on a highly charged journey through the science and history of electricity.

So if you are hoping to pass your physics exam, or wondered why you never did, or simply enjoy weird science and hair-raising experiments, trip along to the Town Hall in Forres. It’s guaranteed to be an electrifying experience!

Presented by Falconer Museum with support from Berry Burn Community Fund.