Experiments move science forward – they can be random or well-planned; they can be a success or a fiasco. Join “edutainer” Freddy Grip in the world of experimentation – with a show that will leave you surprised, laughing, fascinated and amazed. By the weekend of 8-9 October, almost all of this year’s Nobel Prizes will have been announced. We are highlighting that with a wonderful weekend at the museum filled with activities for children and teenagers, and for all adults who want to celebrate and understand this year’s Nobel Prizes.

Freddy Grip took the “Talang” (Talent) programme jury by storm on Sweden’s TV4 in 2020 when he showed that science can be prime-time entertainment. Now he is visiting the Nobel Prize Museum with his science show.

We can assume that lab work, experiments, a lot of thinking and creativity are behind this year’s science Nobel Prizes too. Yet this has rarely been a straightforward process.

Come to the Nobel Prize Museum and watch Freddy Grip take us into the creative world of science with his show – it will be 25 fast-paced minutes you won’t want to miss!

The show will take place in the Film Room of the Nobel Prize Museum and is included in your entrance fee. Free admission for children up to 18 years old and half price for all curious adults on the weekend. Seating is limited, so arrive early.

Saturday, 8 October
11:30 In Swedish
13:00 In Swedish
14:30 In English
16:00 In Swedish

Sunday, 9 October
11:30 In Swedish
13:00 In English
14:00 In Swedish

And Freddy Grip’s science show will not be the only programme point during that weekend. More will be announced soon.