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How I hacked my way into space

An arts-science storytelling show that takes place within a purpose built set – The Space Shed. A lovingly designed homage to classic British design and end-of-the-garden innovation, The Space Shed is both a beautiful art object and when it ‘powers on’, opens up to become a stage with built-in lighting, sound system and video displays from which the UNSA “Director of Human Spaceflight”, Jon Spoone tells his story… The story primarily focuses on Jon’s relationship with Unlimited Space Agency patron British astronaut Tim Peake and how the two conspired to send a ‘mini Jon’ (a 3D printed replica of Jon) into space with Tim to the International Space Station. Find out more about how the show came about: http://www.unlimited.org.uk/projects/how-i-hacked/ Performances on Friday 29th & Saturday 30th September.

Venue: Outside LPAC
Time: Friday 29th September 12pm and 5.45pm / Saturday 30th September: 11am and 12.30pm
Age / Key Stage: Suitable for all

     

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