Mummy Mia!

Maths and Numeracy-based musical comedy

Diana trying to discover where her uncle is

“My Uncle Herbert’s gone and got himself trapped inside the pyramid of King Rameses in Egypt. Mr Cooper (who calls himself a magician) tells me that the pyramid is guarded by the statue of Cleopatra and that her evil mummified sister, Mia, is inside with Uncle. Apparently, to get inside I need to crack some kind of hieroglyphic mathematical code but that’s the least of my problems. First, I need to find the wretched place and I’m not sure whether or not I can trust the kiwi tour guide Ozzy on his filthy camel! And why does everyone keep telling me to ‘follow the hawk’s direction’?………”

The audience must help solve the mathematical problems to help Diana save her uncle.

“Excellent as always. The children (and staff) enjoyed it immensely. (The actors) were terrific. Thanks”

Mr Phil Morgan-John, Greatstone Primary School

Science Content Lower KS2 / KS1

Walking like an Egyptian

Numbers, digits, odd & even, addition, partitioning, angles, pictograms, mathematical sums, measurements, scales

  • The children learn numbers are composed of digits and how they are constructed. Odd and Even Numbers are introduced and explained
  • Addition by partitioning is explained
  • Simple angles are demonstrated (e.g. the right angle) and rotation terms are explained without reference to degrees
  • How to take certain types of measurements is included and the children have to read a simple scale
  • Pictograms are included and the children have to do a simple mathematical sum using them
  • How to take certain types of measurements is included and the children have to read a simple scale

Science Content Upper KS2

Mr Cooper the snake charmer

Degrees, rotations, compass points, graphs, axes, negative numbers, problem solving

  • As KS1 but in greater detail…
  • Degrees are introduced with regard to rotations and some compass points
  • The children are shown how a graph is constructed using x and y axes and they have to identify certain co-ordinates. A number line is constructed and a game is played involving negative numbers
  • Problem Solving and the handling of data is integral to the plot


the show demonstrates maths with characters and props

Are you a science teacher? The shows will reinforce your teaching plan, and make you laugh.
Not a science teacher? You can be confident Kinetic shows are solidly based on the National Curriculum for Science, and will also make you laugh.

In preparation you will be emailed a ‘Pre-Show Information Pack’. This includes all the science covered in the show, suggested pre and post show activities and discussions.

You can find more information on our FAQ page.

We will answer any of your science questions both before and after a show. Why not email us one now?

Pricing structure and how to book

Which way is it to the pyramid?

You can provisionally book a show by phoning the office. We can discuss any questions you have and check times and dates.

A Kinetic show costs £395 + VAT (1 performance) or £695 + VAT (2 performances). Most schools don’t have to pay the VAT.

It works out less than £1.75 per head based on 2 performances with 200 children per performance!

We often have special offers, so please ask when you contact us.



    Currently not on tour. Due for revival: 2019

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