Brighton Science Festival

Now That’s What I Call A Lot Of Songs About Science



Saturday 27 October

4.00pm

Komedia Studio
44 - 47 Gardner Street
Brighton, BN1 1UN
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Local singer-songwriter John Hinton presents a compilation of songs from his several internationally successful science comedies. His Scientrilogy shows, in which he plays Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein and Marie Curie, have won awards at Edinburgh, Adelaide and Brighton Fringe Festivals, and at London’s Offies.

His two Ensonglopedia shows have taken Brighton Fringe by storm and taken alphabetical science songwriting to new heights. He has also written songs for the Natural History Museum, Cambridge University Botanic Garden, Eden Project and the National Railway Museum.

Now that’s what I call a lot of songs about science, and today he hand-picks a selection of them just for you. Suitable for all ages, best enjoyed from age 7+. Science has never sounded so good.

‘John Hinton is an absolute joy…This guy could get anyone interested in science’ Adelaide Theatre Guide

‘If you think that science is boring, think again, think Hinton’ The Reviews Hub

Tickets £8 – Book now

Ages 7+

Doors at 3.30pm, show starts at 4.00pm

Komedia Studio Bar, Gardner Street, Brighton, BN1 1UN