[11-13 Nov.] Baking in Space 2019 [fr]

Baking in Space, the sell-out show of Science Week 2018, is back in Ireland by popular demand for 4 shows in 3 cities! Make sure you booked your tickets!

You missed the show in 2018? Or loved it and want to see it again?

British Council Ireland, the French Embassy in Ireland, Science Foundation Irelandand Yakult are delighted to bring the show back to Ireland for 4 shows during Science Week 2019.

How can a retro dessert explain how astronauts safely return to Earth?
What connects molten sugar and micro-meteorite protection?
How would you even bake bread in space?

You will have all the answers with Andrew Smyth, engineer, baker and presenter and finalist of BBC’s The Great British Bake Off in 2016, Niamh Shaw, engineer, scientist, performer and explorer of all things space and special guests Romain Charles, French engineer from the European Space Agency.
Together they will explore the surprising connections between everyday bakes and the extraordinary engineering that helps keep astronauts alive in space.

With lots of live demonstrations, tasting and audience interaction, your curiosity will be whisked, stirred, and taken out of this world…

Monday 11th November - DUBLIN

- 2.30 pm at the Smock Alley Theatre, 7 Exchange Street Lower, Temple Bar
- 7.30 pm at the Smock Alley Theatre, 7 Exchange Street Lower, Temple Bar

Details and tickets here

Tuesday 12th November - GALWAY

- 7.30 pm at the Black Box Theatre, Dyke Road, Terryland, Galway

Details and tickets here

Wednesday 13th November - CORK

- 7.30 pm at the KINO, 23A Washington Street West, Cork

Details and tickets here


Published on 04/11/2019

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