The West End venue's first ever children's show debuts on July 18th.
Brainiac Live! Science Abuse is set to make its West-End debut at the Palace Theatre's first ever children's show from July 18th.
The show based on the award winning Sky One series made by ITV Studios, Brainiac will run in the venue for 23 days, with a total of 50 shows.
The live events promises to excite fans with exploding dustbins, combusting microwaves, Airzooka challenges and various audience participation.
Andy Joyce, Brainiac presenter, said: "I'm so excited about presenting the show in the West-End after doing over two hundred and fifty performances around the UK and I can't wait to see the amazement on the children's faces when they see our daredevil experiments."
Braniac Live! Science Abuse has played in theatres, holiday resorts and science festivals across the UK since 2008.
The show will run in London's Palace Theatre until saturday, August 17th.
Michael Kelpie creative director, ITV Studios, said: "The show is an amazing, entertaining and thoroughly amusing experience that continues to enthral audiences all around the UK.
"We're really excited that it will have a home in the heart of London's West End this summer. If you're stuck for something to do with the kids, get your tickets now."
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