Win Brainiac Live! tickets

Brainiac Live! opens today and 2 pairs of tickets available to win.

Strap on your safety goggles boys and girls, due to popular demand Science’s greatest and most volatile live show is returning with a vengeance.

The show runs at the Palace Theatre from 18 July – 17 August. More mischievous than ever before Brainiac Live! will take you on a breathless ride through the wild world of the weird and wonderful.

To win one of 2 pairs of tickets available just comment on any article, podcast, video, review or blog on the I, Science website. The comment can be no longer than 140 characters and you can enter as many times as you like. Our judges will choose the two best comments and award a pair of tickets to see Brainiac Live! to each winner.

The most important judging criteria for the comment is relevance to the piece it’s commenting on. After that, the quality of comments will be judged on interest, humour and usefulness (but not in that order). Note that any links in the post do not count towards the character count.

Enter as many times as  you like before Thursday 25 July

… then choose when you’d like to take yourself and a friend to the show that delves fearlessly into the mysteries of science and does all of those things on stage that you’re too scared to do at home – Brainiac Live!

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10 thoughts on “Win Brainiac Live! tickets

  1. My son loves Brainiac, he is a scientist through and through. He loves doing experiments and is always interested in the world him, if he doesn’t know the answer he will go and find it.

  2. My son of 13 would love this he loves weird wonderful and unusual things is brilliant and loves Science and is a bit of a Brainiac himself.

  3. me and my little boy are both science obsessed geeks and love it all! hes just finished school today and was excited to show me his science books and experiments hes been doing this term!

  4. My boyfriend is 27 and he will want to be sitting right at the front – he will enjoy it more than the kids! He loves watching things explode and all the experiments.

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