Robotic Theatre

We would like to inform that the Robotic Theatre will remain closed from April 29, 2017 until further notice. The Copernicus Science Centre invites you to the Robotic Theatre. where on selected days our Show Team will present science shows.

Our robotic artists – Robothespians – are going on a well-deserved retirement after many years of hard work and performing 20 thousand (!) shows. They appeared in a number of fantastic plays, and were cheered by the audience as top performers.

The first play in the Robotic Theatre – which opened on December 6, 2010 – was Prince Ferrycy and Princess Krystala, based on Fables for Robots by Stanisław Lem. Subsequent premieres included The secret of the empty wardrobe or ghosts of the fourth dimension (October 2011) and What The Old Man Does Is Always Right (April 2014).

Until new candidates from the Robotic Acting School take their place, our Robotic Theatre will serve as a place of different events organised by the Copernicus Science Centre, of which we will inform you on a regular basis.

Samsung was the business partner of the Robotic Theatre.

 

Tuesday -
Sunday

Ground floor, next to the Roots of Civilization gallery