Preview event to find out more about SMASHfest for those who work with children and young people. Find out about how we can help your school, community or families get the most from the festival.
Date: 02/12/2023 – 02/12/2023
Theres a Supervolcano about to erupt in
South East London. Life as we know it is under threat. SMASHfestUK is
back for a third year brimming with science and engineering solutions to our
hottest disaster yet!
Excited? Then come along to our
SMASHfestUK Volcanic Launch on the 18th January. Witness a taster of explosive
installations, hands on activities and hear more from our diverse range of
Booking now open!
You are welcome to bring children and young people with you
Find out more about opportunities for those
you work with including:
- How to book
a session at your group, club or school (including afterschool clubs and home
- The type of
activities we will bring to your school and will be taking place during the
- How young people (ages 16 to 18) can become Young Explainers
half-term festival and how you can bring a group
- Meet the
team to discuss your school/groups requirements so that they have the best
- Meet the
engineers behind some of the activities and find out what their profession
for bringing STEM and arts together
*NEWSFLASH from the SMASHFest Team*
- Activities you can experience at the preview include:
tooth paste ERUPT your
own mini volcano!
- LAVA object handling of real lava
and surviving with lava SLIME
- PREDICTING volcano eruption location
Where? The Studio, The Albany
Theatre, Douglas Way, SE8 4AG
Any questions? Email Elizabeth@leanarts.org.uk
SMASHfestUK is a free award winning festival for all ages based in Deptford. Taking
over the Deptford Lounge and Albany Theatre this Feb Half Term, weve got a
festival crammed with experiments, comedy, variety shows, engineering, and
theatre. Through contemporary arts and design it explores science, technology,
engineering and maths.
Who is this for?
This event is for those who work with children, families and young people, including teachers, youth officers, health workers, community support workers, those working in community and voluntary groups and more. You are welcome to bring young people you work with along.
SMASHfestUK – 2016 is the NCCPE STEM ENGAGE Award Winner https://www.publicengagement.ac.uk/news/engage-competition-winners-announced