Sort it Out, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle ... On a Unicycle

KS1 and KS2 Science Materials

Enough magic, circus skills, puppetry and comedy to fill a landfill site. Tackling the serious issues of what we can do with our waste and exploring the nature of different materials.

Supported by Devon County Council - Don't let Devon go to Waste

*** 50% Discount for DCC Primary Schools ***

Human beings ... what a mess they leave behind. What a load of old junk, trash, rubbish muck and garbage. Even a flea-infested, sewer-loving rat is shocked and appaled by what he sees. It is down to Professor Elfic to sort it all out. "So why do we need to protect our planet?" he asks as he balances precariously on a huge globe. "What can be recycled?" as a glass bottle magically vanishes. A newspaper is ripped up and restored, tin cans are balance and juggled. There is audience participation and plenty of comedy to get everyone laughing, but underneath there are very serious matters to be dealt with. The madcap Professor informs with facts, questions his audience, educating and entertaining in his own unique and memorable manner. His talents have gone to waste!

This show is aimed at 5 - 11 year olds and lasts approximately 1 hour

Dealing with our waste in order to protect our planet is a matter of great importance. It is essential that children are given a clear understanding of the issues involved and what action they can take to play their part. One day it will be theirs ...

The show encourages them to reduce, reuse and recycle their materials. Also it covers the nature and properties of materials as covered in the KS1 and KS2 Science curriculum. Proffesor Elfic has performed this show to over 80 primary schools in the South West as well as for:

  • Devon County Councils Waste Management Exhibition at the Devon County Show - (2004 - 2006)
  • Teignbridge District Councils Summer Entertainments 2006 - (13 venues)
  • The Environment Agency