Win tickets for How to Hack Your Home, the Royal Institution’s live science show at the National Museum Cardiff
The Royal Institution brings its live science show How To Hack Your Home to Cardiff this month – and you could be there with this prize giveaway!
Making engineering fun for families, the hour-long show takes place at 6.30pm on Monday 13th March in the Reardon Smith Theatre at the National Museum Cardiff.
Featuring robots, live experiments and demonstrations, presenter Professor Danielle George MBE will show how to adapt and transform devices we use every day to get them to do extraordinary things and to see the familiar technology in a new light.
The show is particularly aimed at children aged 10+, although it’s suitable for all ages. The Royal Institution hopes it will inspire children to use their imagination to change the world, just like the many great inventors and engineers from our past and present.
Danielle says, “Today’s generation of young people are in a truly unique position. The technology we use and depend on every day is expanding and developing at a phenomenal rate and so our society has never been more equipped to be creative and innovative.”
She also hopes the show will encourage more girls to see it as a future career. She says, “Sadly only 8.2% of engineering professionals today are women, despite the fact it is an incredibly fascinating, challenging and rewarding career. I want young people across the country to realise that they have the power to change the world right from their bedroom, kitchen table or garden shed, and to consider the incredible opportunities a career in engineering could offer them.”
The show is based on the 2014 Royal Institution CHRISTMAS LECTURES, Sparks Will Fly: How to Hack your Home, which was broadcast on BBC4.
Danielle is a Professor of Radio Frequency Engineering at the University of Manchester and since presenting the world-renowned CHRISTMAS LECTURES has won a number of prestigious awards for her contribution to engineering through public engagement.
Tickets for the show cost £12 for adults and £10 for concessions and are available online – and there’s currently a buy one get one free offer running.
For a chance to win four tickets* to How To Hack Your Home, just answer the following question and leave your answer on the relevant post on the Cardiff Mummy Says Facebook page. Closing date for entries is Tuesday 7th March 2017, 11.59pm.
*Note: All children must under 18 must be accompanied by an adult
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Terms and conditions
- The prize consists of four tickets for How To Hack Your Home at National Museum Cardiff on Monday 13th. All children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult so at least one ticket must be an adult.
- There is no alternative prize.
- Closing date for entries is Tuesday 7th March 2017, 11.59pm.
- To enter, like the How to Hack Your Home post on the Cardiff Mummy Says Facebook page, and leave your answer to the above question in the comments section of that post.
- The winner will be chosen at random from all correct entries submitted before the closing date. The winner will be informed with a reply to their comment and a direct Facebook message letting them know they have won. All reasonable attempts will be made to contact the winner. Due to the close proximity of the competition and the closing date, if the winner cannot be contacted within three days of the closing date, the prize will be forfeited and offered to another eligible entrant.
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Professor Danielle George MBE