Welcome to Noisy Toys

Step inside and explore the science of sound with our workshops and installations.

Explosive Science Demonstrations

Bass Buzz Test at the Big Bang Faire 2014 - Birmingham NEC

Hands On Education

Structured workshops for Primary, Secondary and Special schools as well as in non-mainstream educational settings and for mixed groups at public events (structured or drop-in).

Audio Assault Buggy

Science Busking at the Museum of Science and Industry. Manchester Mini-Maker Faire 2013

Enter the Ming Rodulator

Interactive shows based around the installation in our geodesic dome

Waves, Music, Electromagnetism, Making, Circuitry, Sustainability & NOISE

Noisy Toys is all about having fun experimenting with sound; In our Scavengers Workshops you can Make acoustic and electric instruments from computer junk (after 'Un-Making' the computers first!). Find us at events or in public places and take part in excitingly dangerous experiments. Take part in an incredibly bizarre Noise jam on our giant noise machine, the Ming Rodulator...

Science Busking & Demonstrations

Public science engagement with quick, hands-on, fun experiments, as well as longer demonstrations

Interactive installations for Festivals and Events

Amazing Interactive spaces filled with instruments to play on, costumed characters, weird machines, smoking tubes and more...

Workshops for schools and Events

Noisy Toys offer educational science workshops in schools for students of all ages from primary to alternative education.



Check out all our 2015 events so far on the Blog
2015 Blog & Galleries

Upcoming public events for 2015:
8 August MakeFest at Manchester's wonderful Museum of Science and Industry
Rosemary Lane Day, the Bell in Ticehurst, Kent 22 Aug.
You won't find us at any Music festivals this year as we are having a summer off. We are currently developing a public space at the ATC in Hebden Bridge where we will be hosting the Scavenger project and Making dangerous new Noise Machines. We are also working on a series of 'how to Make' short videos... watch this space.
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