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What’s happening at the Station Theatre Hayling Island in September and October?

Returning by popular demand on Saturday 1st September at 2:30pm - ‘Science Blast II -the search for more explosions!’

Mad Cap Professor Kaos returns with his explosive show for all the family and delivers a fun filled afternoon with more antics from Britain's most dangerous scientist.   The show contains flashing lights, loud noises, explosions and some pretty dodgy costumes.

New Scientist magazine described Professor Kaos as "Having the audiences in stitches, perfect fare for the budding Brainiac."  Expect lasers, exploding buckets, heavier than air gas, lighter than air gas and Belinda the flying Chicken!  (No animal will be hurt in the performance of this show.) Plenty of audience participation  - suitable for all ages.

NB Parents MUST be accompanied by their children at all times.  Book early to get the safe seats.

And from the ridiculous to the sublime, we then have award-winning company CCADS presenting ‘The Greatest Show’ and bringing a theatrical journey though all things circus inspired.  From The Greatest Showman and Barnum to Pippin, Moulin Rouge and Take That.

Friday 7th to Saturday 8th September at 7.30pm with a 2:30pm Saturday Matinee, £14.

At last HIADS presents in time for Halloween ‘The Ghost Train’, the iconic 1926 classic thriller by Arnold Ridley Saturday 20th to Sat 27th October at 7:30pm, tickets £10.

A very silly young man accidentally strands six passengers at a small, isolated, Cornish station. Accompanied by a psychotic stationmaster with his weird stories of a Ghost Train, they soon regret their decision to stay the night as malevolent forces are unleashed against them...

Bookings can be made in person or by telephone between 10.00 am and noon Monday to Saturday from the box office 023 9246 6363 or online at stationtheatre.co.uk

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