Rapping Up The Solar System – Brooklands Museum Family Event For Children
Science Rapper and Presenter Jon Chase brings to Brooklands an exciting and innovative show loosely based on the CBBC programme “Space Hoppers”.
How to build a solar system using fruit, balloons and toilet roll!
Jon combines science, rhyme and education with live experiments and demonstrations with plenty of help from the young audience.
Jon has presented science raps on CBBC, BBC Learning and NI BBC Science Shorts as well as work for the Open University with poet Benjamin Zephaniah. He has also appeared at festivals and street performances around the country including Camp Bestival and produced several science rap videos which can be found on You Tube.
Children 7 – 16yrs £4
Member Adults £8
Non Member Adults £10
This event is for children 7 years and over. Children must be accompanied by an adult. No charge for a child 6 years and under
Available online or from the Brooklands Museum Trust office 01932 857381 ext 226
Please mention the All About Weybridge website when you contact Brooklands Museum
Where & When
Date February 25, 2018
Time 4:00p.m. – 6:00p.m.
Suitable for Everyone
This event is held in the Napier Room in the historic clubhouse at Brooklands.
The doors open at 3pm and show starts at 4pm.
Brooklands Museum open as normal including cafe.
Surrey KT13 0QN
Visitor Car Park
Sat Nav: KT13 0SL
If you would like to make a group booking (cubs/guides etc) then please contact the BTM office on the number shown above.