Bubble Show by Tom Noddy

Saturday 11:00 am, 1:00 pm, 2:30 pm

Mitchell Physics Lecture Halls 203-205 (2nd Floor)


Tom Noddy Galactica Bubble

Before first bringing his performance to television in the early 80s, Tom Noddy spent over a decade developing a new kind of performance piece. Sitting alone with dime store bubble solution, a childlike sense of wonder and an adult sense of humor he brought a new thing into being: Bubble Magic.

After three appearances on America’s Tonight Show, Tom was featured on the ‘Best of the Year’ Tonight Show segment. In his 30-plus year career as America’s Bubble Guy, he has appeared numerous times on prime time, daytime and late night television shows as well as nightclubs and universities. Tom’s work has been presented to 900 mathematicians at the International Congress of Mathematics in Berlin, Germany. He’s been the featured performer for science centers’ Bubble Festivals attracting up to 17,000 people in a single weekend. He is a world famous bubble artist having performed in over 50 countries. Tom has taken his uniquely warm charm and intellectual interest in soap bubbles to audiences around the world. The bubbles are truly exquisite and Tom’s lively humor and engaging sense of fun leave his audiences both delighted and intrigued.

Check out Tom Noddy’s Bubble Magic website


Department of Physics & Astronomy
USA Science & Engineering Festival Science Festival Alliance