Shropshire Star

'This is not just a show; it's a journey through the cosmos' says group bringing show to Ludlow

Scientists says the audience at their 'Wonders of Our Universe' show can expect a cosmic odyssey that delves into the mysteries of stars, planets, galaxies, black holes, and the intriguing search for life beyond planet Earth.

This 2011 image made available by NASA shows the moon's far side. Picture: NASA/Goddard/Arizona State University via AP)

A group called The Average Scientist will be bringing their touring show to the Assembly Rooms in Ludlow on July 24.

They say people should prepare for an 'out-of-this-world' experience as the show promises an awe-inspiring journey through the cosmos, featuring stunning visuals, a mesmerising soundtrack and captivating 3D animations delivered on an eight sq m 4K screen.

Ian Hall, the founder of The Average Scientist, a specialist science outreach organisation, said: "This is not just a show; it's a journey through the cosmos.

"We've curated an emotive experience that combines cutting-edge technology with engaging storytelling, providing an unforgettable adventure for everyone attending."

With its mesmerising blend of lights, smoke effects, and jaw-dropping 3D animations, this family-friendly show is an ideal gift ticket and an incredible opportunity for minds, young and old, to be inspired by the wonders of our universe.

To catch a glimpse of what awaits, watch the teaser video.

Tickets for 'Wonders of Our Universe' are available now and can be booked online.