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A circus-style exhibition combining modern mechanical sculptures with centuries-old physics games and puzzles comes to Tullie House in a bid to prove that science and technology are alive and absorbing.

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The circus comes to Tullie House

The Mechanical Cabaret Theatre have come to the UK for the first time, and set up camp in Tullie House Museum.

The circus has come to Tullie House Credit: ITV News Border

They've brought with them the scientific tricks, toys and spectacular experiments of the Museum Boerhaave, the Netherland's state museum of science and medicine.

The Amazing Flying Reiver's automata friends have taken over the Art Gallery Credit: ITV News Border

The exhibition opens tomorrow, Saturday 15 February, with a family fun day between 11am and 4pm.

The exhibition combines modern mechanical sculptures with centuries-old physics games Credit: ITV News Border

It will run daily over the February half term between 10am and 4pm, with tickets costing £3 for adults and £2 for children.

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Mechanical wonders at Tullie House

All the fun of the fair has come to Tullie House.

The Amazing Flying Reiver has brought his automata friends to town and they have taken over the Art Gallery.

The circus-style exhibition combines modern mechanical sculptures with centuries-old physics games and puzzles to prove that science and technology are alive and absorbing.

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