Breakdance: introducing the Solar System

7 October, 4:00 pm

1 hourPWYD

Workshop | Dance, Physics, Space

Breakdance: introducing the Solar System

Wesley Memorial Church, New Inn Hall Street, OX1 2DH

The Universe is vast and mysterious, containing all of space, matter, energy and time (including you!) This dance workshop gives a brief overview of our Solar System and what makes it special. Watch breakdancing and push against the Earth with your own hands and feet to explore the identity of home and our neighbour planets and understand why they all are so different!

Suitable for ages 7 – 12.

Mona El Ghzal is a Mechanical Engineer at a space company, designing exciting technology that will go to space for various missions. She has also been breakdancing since a teenager, and participates in competitions and shows around the country.

Part of Dancin’ Oxford’s Family Dance Festival

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Wesley Memorial Church, OX1 2DH