IT’S TIME THAT MAKING THINGS WAS HILARIOUS
Science Showoff is teaming up with the Royal Academy of Engineers to help make engineers funny and give them a chance to share their work with new audiences in a humourous way. Engineering Showoff is here!
Join us in Manchester for the first gig of our tour, and meet eight amazing local engineers with hilarious stories to share. We’re part of the Manchester Science Festival and the gig’s on the evening of Weds October 26th at Pub/Zoo.
Tonight you’ll meet these amazing and hilarious folk:
Steve Cross – comedian and founder of Science Showoff. Obsessed with concrete, rebar and breaking things.
Matt Dickinson – Associate Lecturer in Computer Aided Engineering at the University of Central Lancashire
Alison Benn – Mechanical Engineer for Astra Zeneca
Jane MacGruer – Process Improvement Manager for Galaxy Optical. A lean, mean, standard operating procedure producing machine. If you’ve got a process, I’ll map it, document it, analyse it, and look for efficiency savings.
Nick McCloud -Electronics and Software engineer
Matthew Roy – Lecturer in Materials for Demanding Environments, University of Manchester.
Mairi Olivier – Design Engineer.
Tickets are available for £5 in advance from http://www.seetickets.com/event/engineering-showoff/pub-zoo/1011310. All ticket money will be given to Manchester Science Festival to help fund their outreach to Manchester’s science fans.
Want to know any more? EMAIL engineer AT scienceshowoff.org to find out more or get involved in performing at another of our gigs.