Steve is our compere and the founder of Science Showoff. He’s also the person to talk to if you’d like to perform with us. He’s steve [AT] scienceshowoff.org or is available on twitter. Steve is a stand-up comedian, presenter and producer, travelling across the UK helping all sorts of intellectual types share their passions. He … Continue reading STEVE CROSS
We’re helping to organise a cabaret night all about the arty side of science communication in October. Who wants to take part? One KX is a creative hub where arts, science and technology meet. It’s near Kings Cross station, at 120 Cromer Street London, Greater London WC1H 8BS . As part of the Bloomsbury Festival they are … Continue reading Science/Arts cabaret, Kings Cross, October 20th. Performers Wanted!
TICKET LINK This comedy cabaret will take you back in time as we revisit the weird and wonderful lectures given in the Bishopsgate Institute’s ‘handsome and commodious’ Great Hall (1897-1947), from the delightful ‘Romance and Reality at Sea’ to the intellectually intriguing ‘Wild animals I have known’. You’ll hear seven experts in their fields enlighten … Continue reading SCIENCE SHOWOFF presents Comedy Talks at Bishopsgate Institute 28th Nov
TICKET LINK Books Showoff is the first and best London comedy cabaret by and for lovers of literature. Join compere and comedian Steve Cross for a special Halloween edition of Books Showoff bringing together some brilliant literary Londoners with a passion for the mysterious and the supernatural. Venture into the Victorian Library at Bishopsgate Institute … Continue reading BOOKS SHOWOFF Halloween Special, 31st October, Bishopsgate Institute Library
TICKET LINK NEVER EXPLAIN is a new science comedy panel show podcast from Steve Cross. It’s science made hilarious, awkward and weird, where the right answer gets you no friends and making jokes at each other’s expense is the key to being a winner. Join us for two shows featuring the cream of the UK’s … Continue reading SCIENCE SHOWOFF presents NEVER EXPLAIN NOVEMBER
TICKET LINK HERE The WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS of improvised science comedy return to their spiritual home for a night of made-up nonsese, extreme costumes and untrue science silliness. Two teams will take on comedy challenges fresh from the troubled mind of comedian and impresario Steve Cross, while always trying to stay on the right side of … Continue reading 15th November – Science Showoff presents The No-Ball Prizes
For the first time, the UK’s best chaotic science comedy shows come to the Edinburgh Fringe. Every night catch two of the funniest comedians science has to offer giving you their strongest dose of laughter and learning. All for FREE! Starring: ANNA PLOSZAJSKI 4th -10th JESSAMYN FAIRFIELD 4th -12th STEVE CROSS 11th-16th SARAH JONES 13th-20th … Continue reading SCIENCE SHOWOFF DOES THE FRINGE – 4th to 25th August 2018
TICKET LINK A chance for you to catch 4 of London’s funniest science performers before they spend a month in Scotland. With half-hour performances from Steve Cross, Anna Ploszajski, Sarah Jones and Matt Hutchinson. The show is at the Star of Kings near Kings Cross in London, on Wednesday August 1st from 7:30. TICKET LINK … Continue reading SCIENCE SHOWOFF Edinburgh previews August 1st, Star of Kings, London
TICKET LINK NEVER EXPLAIN is a new science comedy panel show podcast from Steve Cross. It’s science made hilarious, awkward and weird, where the right answer gets you no friends and making jokes at each other’s expense is the key to being a winner. Join us for two shows as the cream of the Science … Continue reading NEVER EXPLAIN science comedy panel show 23rd July
TICKET LINK From the brain of Steve Cross, creator of Bright Club and Science Showoff comes a new comedy science improvisation competition of the proportions of Mount Olympus. Watch two teams compete to be THE WORLD CHAMPIONS of science communication, in such great and traditional events as: Inappropriate metaphor Hurried explanation Lottery Over-aggressive press conference … Continue reading THE NO-BALL PRIZES improvised science comedy competition. July 19th.