Esplora Malta officially opens in Bighi and thousands flock to come and experience fascinating science in a different manner. Those attending the official launch of theEsplora Interactive Science Centre in Bighi, were in for a great surprise, when they came across Brian Role` in his experimental mode. Brian, in a lab coat, was there defying the laws of science with some amazing magical feats during the much anticipated opening of one of Europe’s largest science centers.
The Science Magic Show by the Magician in Malta
Brian performed a Science magic show at Esplora Malta, using popular science experiments explaining the difference between science and magic.
Mouths opened, eyes popped out when Brian made things defy gravity, pushed solid things through other solids and made things vanish and re-appear at will. This was done using ordinary objects, both borrowed or at hand and always with the help of someone present. Whilst demonstrating what can be achieved through ‘magic’ cannot always be explained by science, Brian entertained children and adults alike who came to visit the new center.
The imagination of those present was struck by the defiance of all logic when the impossible happened in their hands, under their noses and right in front of their eyes.
Esplora Malta is set out to be a very popular fun and educational attraction. Being a first of its kind attraction project, it aims to cultivate a scientific curiosity encouraging visitors to explore, think and imagine. There is an exciting Activity Centre for visitors to experience hands-on workshops and entertaining science shows, making science relevant to our everyday lives.
Brian is aiming to bring more shows of this kind to his audience. Apart from science magic shows, Brian is able to theme a magical show to suit any other subject of interest.