The children’s Pocket Science event is a funfair with a twist on Saturday August 22 from 10-4pm.
It features The Incredible Machine, The Amazing Shrinking Puppet Booth, Upside-down Goggles, Splat The Rat, Guess the Weights of the Cakes, Illusions, Fun, Frights, Fabulosity - and refreshments.
The Pocket Science Festival is all about fun but a nugget of science in every attraction, designed to teach and delivered by Richard Robinson. who was founder of the Spitting Image series, but now runs the Brighton Science Festival and regularly performs demonstrations around the world. Doors and coffee bar open at 9.30 a.m. Tickets: £4 for ages 7+. Under 7s free. £14 for a family of 4. Buy tickets at the UGT on Fridays & Saturdays (10 a.m.-4 p.m.); at any UGT event; from Eastbourne Tourist Information Centre; on the door if available; or from Oxboffice (plus ticket agency fee); via www.undergroundtheatre.co.uk or telephone 0845 680 1926.