Live Robotics Show

Cabaret & Stage Shows,Unique Shows,Interactive Entertainment,Team Building Activities,Latest Technology Acts,Robots
Live Robotics Show
Reasons to book this ACT
  • The UK's Largest and most successful robotics event organisers

  • Provided a unique combat robot experience to tens of thousands of people

  • Action packed live shows feature some of the greatest robot's in Europe!

  • Voted ‘Best Family Entertainment Show of 2007’

  • Based in the East Midlands & available for events across the UK

Live Robotics Show videos

Live Robotics Show photos
sites/default/files/Live-Robotics-Show1.jpg
sites/default/files/Live-Robotics-Show2.jpg
sites/default/files/Live-Robotics-Show3.jpg
sites/default/files/Live-Robotics-Show4.jpg
sites/default/files/Live-Robotics-Show5.jpg
sites/default/files/Live-Robotics-Show6.jpg

Formed in the wake of the hit TV show “Robot Wars”, this Live Robotics Show gave a new lease of life to robots Behemoth, Big Nipper, Terror Hurtz, Storm II and more, showcasing them at live events across the country to provide the highest quality family entertainment. For nearly a decade, they have provided a unique combat robot experience to tens of thousands of people at live events across the United Kingdom.

The UK's Largest and most successful robotics event organisers, for years they have been raising the bar of robotic entertainment, many have tried to copy, but none have succeeded. They pride themselves on delivering an action packed show featuring robotic combat as well as other educational demonstrations all to enjoy.

Since 2001, they have continued to provide unmissable events to the nation, moving from strength to strength.  During their 2007 tour, over 12000 people saw their Live Robotics Show across the United Kingdom. Events were hosted in many large UK venues such as the eXcel Centre in London and the Triangle, Burgess Hill, where they were voted ‘Best Family Entertainment Show of 2007’.

Show Details
Guests are split into 4-6 teams (depending on number of guests), each team is given a radio controlled robot kit, they have an allocated time frame in which to build their robot, once complete they compete against each other in a series of games and challenges. Additional tasks are set throughout the evening including coming up with; Robot name, Team Name, Team Moto, Best decorated robot, points are awarded for these tasks as well as the driving challenges/games. The team at the end of the evening with the most points wins (they typically supply a small trophy for the winning team). The robots are approximately 30 x 30cm weighing 8Kg. They operate in a 8 x 12 feet purpose built arena. They also bring along their 130Kg fighting robot, 'Battleaxe' for display and if suitable they will run a demonstration of it running.