Sensational Science Shows...
That Science Gang’s Sensational Science Shows are an exciting series of interactive, scientific performances for students in Years R to 7. Our shows blend fascinating (and spectacular!) science with slick comedy and engaging storytelling to create fun and surprising performances that ENGAGE, ENTERTAIN and EDUCATE. As a group of professional science communicators and performers, we are committed to creating and delivering high quality and memorable science experiences that FASCINATE, SURPRISE and MOTIVATE – provoking scientific THOUGHT and DISCUSSION.
That Science Gang’s shows have have been performed for hundreds of thousands of students in schools across South Australia and Tasmania since 2002. We look forward to visiting your school in 2020.
All of our shows are STEM focussed with links to the Australian Curriculum.
Scroll down this page for information about our shows for 2020,
costs, how to book, tour dates and more...
YOUR PRESENTER IS...
David Lampard BSc, Grad Dip Sci Comm
David has been presenting science shows (in all sorts of formats) since graduating from the ANU / Questacon Science Circus in 1997.
A passionate science communicator, David has worked as a TV presenter and writer (Channel 9's Y?, ABC's Behind the News, ABC Asia Pacific's Nexus) as well as a writer for newspapers and magazines. He is even a published illustrator!
David's other career is as theatre designer and director (www.davidlampard.com). In recent years, he has begun combining his twin passions -- science and theatre -- to create a series of science theatre pieces... including rock musicals, games shows and character-driven works.
He is perhaps happiest creating and presenting one of That Science Gang's Sensational Science Shows! There is nothing more exciting than taking ordinary objects and making them do extraordinary things -- and then listening to the "oohs and aahs" of a student crowd as they are simultaneously amazed and discover something new.
He looks forward to visiting YOUR school very soon with an his exciting collection of science demonstrations, cheeky humour and vibrant showmanship.