PUPILS at Hazelwood Integrated Primary School have helped theatre company Cahoots NI launch its spectacular new show which will tour schools across Northern Ireland proving to children and young people that maths isn’t boring.
After the roaring success of Cahoots NI’s and Northern Bank’s award-winning Math ‘a’ Magic production, which toured five times to hundreds of primary schools, the Cahoots NI Math ‘a’ Magicians are back with a spectacular new show entitled Lights, Camera, Math ‘a’ Magic. It encompasses all of the maths, magic and illusion of the first Math ‘a’ Magic show but on a larger scale and with an incredible multi-media twist.
Key Stage 2 pupils and their teachers can expect to be bamboozled and delighted with extraordinary feats of mathematical mind reading and illusion accompanied by a visually engaging multi-media show. At the end of the performances, pupils will be presented with their very own Cahoots NI Math ‘a’ Magic book and/or DVD which contains instructions and guidance on how to become a Math ‘a’ Magician - a fantastic learning tool.
“We are really excited to be upscaling our Math ‘a’ Magic show to include an exciting multi-media twist,” said Cahoots NI artistic director Paul Mc Eneaney. “We hope to bring this free production to an estimated 8,000 Key Stage 2 pupils in the forthcoming months. The Lights, Camera, Math ‘a’ Magic performance will combine the mystery of magic with the magic of maths to make an unforgettable multi-media learning experience,” he explained.
Cahoots NI’s Lights, Camera, Math ‘a’ Magic tour will run between now and June 29.
For more information log on to www.cahootsni.com