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Friday 11 January 2013 Updated: 11/01 16:08

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FOR THE first time ever the Guinness World Records will explode live onto the stage with its record-breaking, science-mad show at Malvern Theatres on Wednesday, January 23.

Guinness World Records Officially Amazing Science Live! features adrenaline-filled entertainment for all the family that’s entertaining and informative.

The audience is taken on an explosive journey answering the key questions that keep many people awake at night and explores the science behind the record attempts. They include questions such as how has the human body changed over time? How long can you stick someone to a wall and defy gravity? How do you measure the loudest audience?

Audience members will be able to join the official adjudicator and team of presenters in genuine world record attempts, live on stage - and they could potentially leave the show a world record-breaker.

The show is produced by Guinness World Records and M4 Entertainment who recently produced Science Museum Live on Tour and Brainiac Live! and who are also Creative Partners for The Big Bang! and includes Lucia Coward, Mark Featherstone, Michael Goble and Mark McKinley.

It starts at 7pm and tickets cost £17 for adults, £15 for children and £60 for a family (2 adults, 2 children). To book call the box office on 01684 892 277 or visit malvern-theatres.co.uk

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