Sun 17th Mar at 7:30pm - 10:00pm
Cambridge Science Festival: The Importance Of Being Interested
@ The Cambridge Union Society, Cambridge
Featuring: Robin Ince
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Cambridge Science Festival: The Importance Of Being Interested: Robin Ince
Award winning comedian and science enthusiast Robin Ince looks at his favourite scientists – Charles Darwin and Richard Feynman. Find out why we
have eyebrows, why bald dogs have bad teeth and how heavy metal music makes pigs deaf. This is a loving look into the minds of two giants of human
imagination who changed our worldview. Robin will stop off on the way to look at some of the more bizarre views of early science – is the ostrich really
the offspring of the union of a gnat and a giraffe? (No). A night of barnacles and safe-cracking.
Image © Steve Ullathorne
This versatile comedy veteran delivers a highly improvised set which can cover a vast range of subjects and material. As seen on Mock The Week, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, The Now Show, The News Quiz and Loose Ends.
Chortle Award Winner 2009 and Winner of the Time Out Outstanding Comedy Achievement Award.
'Robin Ince is thoughtful, provocative and very funny' (The Times)
'When someone writes a history of modern comedy, they should make room for Robin Ince' (The Guardian).
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Venue: The Cambridge Union Society