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CHANGE. It doesn't have to be huge to make a difference. If you can offer another point of view, present a different perspective, and put forward an engaging experience, you might just capture someone’s imagination; the power to change someone's mind is not something to take lightly. And that’s exactly what Matthew Tosh aims for every day, no matter who he’s working with.


In 2001, when he started out as a science teacher, Matthew was acting on a life-long fascination with figuring out the answer to the question ‘How does it work?’ Now he could help young people to follow their own curiosity. Matthew loved the impact he could have on young minds; one engaging experiment could change their way of thinking! It was this enduring question that led Matthew to his next career move. Intrigued by the fireworks that closed the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta one year, Matthew approached the operatives and asked –‘How does that work?’

About Matthew

An audience of thousands or an audience of one, for Matthew, everything he does starts with them.

Targeted SciComm and event support from a seasoned professional



Creative pyrotechnics delivered by a calm, focused professional. No matter what.



The magic of theatre plus the excitement of real, live science – brilliantly communicated.



Inspiring education doesn’t just happen; it takes a dedicated professional to change a life.



Matthew deploys his wealth of skills for the benefit of others, so they too can inspire change.


Health & Safety

A refreshingly positive attitude that empowers and gives confidence.

Let's Chat

No matter what Matthew works on, or with whom, equality is at the heart of all he does

An inspiring experience can change the trajectory of a life, alter the direction of a career. It begins with two people, a simple conversation, and a small action. Matthew does more than support others on their paths – he affects real change

"Matthew is an excellent presenter: amusing, engaging and enthusiastic, he communicates scientific concepts clearly and with a bit of extra 'sparkle' beyond the norm!"

Lindsay Hetherington

PGCE Tutor, University of Exeter

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