How I Hacked My Way Into Space

How I Hacked My Way Into Space

Unlimited Theatre

In 2010, Jon accidentally set up his own space agency. Six years later, he’s working with some of the world’s most prestigious space and science organisations.

This is the story of one man’s mission to hack his way into space from his garden shed in St Albans via the European Astronaut Centre to the International Space Agency.

Enter The Space Shed, the Unlimited Space Agency’s mobile HQ, and find out how even the smallest person can make a difference and achieve their seemingly impossible dreams.

Commissioned by Without Walls, Just So Festival and Out There International Festival of Circus and Street Arts

Developed with support from the Mayor of London’s Liberty Festival

Commissioned by The Civic, Barnsley and Lincoln Performing Arts Centre

Supported by Arts Council England

Kindly sponsored by
Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium

Show Times

Fri
30
Jun
13:00
Fri
30
Jun
15:30
Sat
01
Jul
13:30
Sat
01
Jul
16:00

Hat Fair 2017 is supported by
Arts Council England, Winchester City Council, Without Walls, The Brooks Shopping, The University of Winchester, Winchester School of Art, Winchester BID, Hampshire Chronicle, Adrienne Photography, Ian Nolan Events and Theatre Royal Winchester

Hat Fair 2017 is kindly sponsored by
The Brooks Shopping, Guildhall Winchester, Shentons Solicitors & Mediators, Winchester Planetarium and Science Centre, Newbury Building Society, Stowe Family Law, Leaders, MJ Events Support, Jude's Ice Cream, The Stable Pizza, The Westgate, No. 5 Bridge Street, Mint Signs, Chococo, Buttercross Creative, Boomtown Kidztown, Piecaramba!, The Walcote Practice, Hotel Du Vin and Rick Stein

Special thanks to Matthew Clark, Kyoto Kitchen, Sainsbury's and Winchester Rugby Football Club

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