New Zealand Tour – Nov/Dec 2017

Nanogirl Live! in Engineering Magic is an all-new Nanogirl Live! show, featuring all-new experiments, stunts and explosions.  Touring New Zealand in November and December 2017, this show is packed with science, engineering and fun.

The 2017 tour is proudly supported by Spark, The MacDiarmid Institute, The University of Auckland Faculty of Engineering, Beca and Engineering New Zealand.

Invercargill – November 6th – Buy Tickets
Christchurch – November 11th 
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Dunedin – November 14th – Buy Tickets
Blenheim – November 18th – Buy Tickets
Gisborne – November 21st – Buy Tickets
Auckland – November 23rd – Buy Tickets
Rotorua – November 25th – Buy Tickets
Palmerston North – November 29th – Buy Tickets
New Plymouth – December 2nd – Buy Tickets
Napier – December 5th – Buy Tickets
Wellington – December 9th – Buy Tickets
Tauranga – December 12th – Buy Tickets


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Nanogirl Live!

Nanogirl Live! is an explosive, entertaining and educational live science show created by social enterprise Nanogirl Labs to engage young people in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). 

Originally created in New Zealand, Nanogirl Live! now tours internationally, and has been produced in a number of languages.  Research conducted with the University of Auckland has proven the effectiveness of Nanogirl Live! in positively changing young people’s attitudes towards these critical disciplines, and challenging stereotypical views of professionals in these fields.

Alongside our theatrical touring programmes, Nanogirl Labs brings science into schools in each tour centre, engaging students with science and engineering, and supporting teachers in developing confidence and creativity in their STEM teaching practices.

Purchase a ticket to see Nanogirl Live! and you guarantee a great, science-filled theatre experience for you and your family – you also support Nanogirl Labs’ work bringing science to schools and communities who may otherwise not have access.


They promised big bangs, and they delivered…Great to see scientific principles being explained.



I love the way she explains what is happening in each experiment