Geek Showoff 4 – Slaughtered Lamb, 4th March

It’s tempting sometimes to think that science has all the answers, but there are places the human mind can go, and questions we all ask, that science can never answer:

Do the ends justify the means?
If a tree falls in the woods and no-one hears it, does it make a sound?
How do magnets work?

And this is why, every now and then, we throw science out of the window and do something geeky, joyous and wonderful.

Join us on Tuesday March 4th for 10 brilliant and incredibly attractive performers, who will take you into the weird world of their obsessions for 9 minutes each. What can you expect? Who knows? But it’ll be funny, insightful, and well worth an evening of your life.

With MC Steve X Cross (from Science Showoff and Bright Club) and

Helen Zaltzman – from Answer Me This and more
Marc Burrows – Bass player in The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing and more
Steve Hewitt – Beer connoisseur and music maker.
Dave Pickering – storyteller from Spark London, Standup Tragedy and more
Catharine Rogers – opera star and musical comedian.
James Coglan – BIG DATA HYPNOTIST, SPEAKS IN C++ AND METAPHOR
Martin Zaltz Austwick – space visualisation nerd, folker and beard-haver.
Nancy Groves – Arts Journalist and Culture Vulture Vulture
Anna Scott – international development guru
Bec Hill – if Bjork had been young, cool and Australian in 2014.

The Slaughtered Lamb is here. The gig will be FREE to get in but we will be collecting money on the door for the incredible charity Arts Emergency. We suggest you put a fiver in the box, but it’s up to you. Maybe give them even more?

Doors will open for the gig at 7pm, and it’ll start dead on 7.30.

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