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Pythagorean Cabaret 2.0

Seminar

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Research engineer and science broadcaster Rhys Phillips hosts a night of science, engineering and entertainment including comedy, adventure and magic from some of the best science and engineering communicators around.

Date and Time

29 April 2013 - 18:45-22:00

Location

Cardiff, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Jointly organised by the Wales South East and Wales South West local networks. Contact Rhys Phillips - rwphillips@theiet.org for more information.


About this event

Following a small tour to London, Birmingham and Bracknell, the Pythagorean Cabaret returns to Cardiff with a brand new show! Research engineer and science broadcaster Rhys Phillips introduces six acts that will educate and entertain you:

  • Neuroscientist and standup comedian Dr Dean Burnett
  • Chemist and science communicator Dr Rosie Coates
  • Science junkie and adventurer Huw James
  • Astronomer and 'Sky at Night' presenter Chris North
  • Physicist and science communicator Wendy Sadler
  • System engineer and professional magician Prof Jon Holt

Programme

18:45 Doors and bar open
19:30 Show commences

Cost

£4 in advance / £5 on the door

Additional information

Note that is a brand new show with all new material compared to the event that took place in Cardiff in October 2011.

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