The Curious Coincidence of Maths in the Daytime

DON'T MISS OUT - OUR LAST EVER PERFORMANCES OF THIS SHOW!

MILTON KEYNES, Milton Keynes Theatre
Year 10, 11 and 12
14 September 2017 ( 10:30am-12:30 and 1:30pm-3:30pm )

The bestselling novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a book full of maths.

In this unique interactive lecture show using the set of the touring production of the award-winning West End play, Matt Parker, Rob Eastaway and Ben Sparks explore some of the intriguing and often beautiful maths ideas that are touched on in the book. You'll also discover the maths ideas that influenced the music, set design and incredible visual effects in the National Theatre play. And as a special feature, the actor who plays Christopher - will perform a scene from the play and will also be answering questions.

Why not make this a combined outing for your Maths AND English students?

 

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What teachers said last year....

“Fabulous – it was enjoyed by students of all abilities and by the teachers”
Sacred Heart Hammersmith

”Engaging and pacey - thank you”
Harris Girls Academy

“It was brilliant. The maths was very relevant and pitched perfectly”
Newton Prep

“My students thought it was interesting/fun/funny - they had a great time!”
Downlands Community School

“Thank you for making maths as fun as it is in my head!”
Ratton School

“Loved it!!”
Duke of Kent School

“The interactive element kept students very engaged!”
Chobham Academy