Manchester branch presents …Albert Einstein-Relativitively Speaking – Book now
24 September 2013
As part of the Manchester Science Festival, Manchester Branch are hosting this performance of “Albert Einstein – Relativitively speaking”, a musical comedy by the acclaimed Tangram Theatre company.
Ever looked at E=mc² and thought… What?! Yes? No? Either way, join Albert, the genius behind the über-coolest moustache in science, for an hour of songs, silliness and the wurst sausage joke ever, in the show that (theoretically) proves Einstein = Musical Comedy Squared!
Combining comedy songs, clowning and gloriously bad puns alongside proper explanations of the science behind his landmark theories and some rather surprising revelations into the great man’s personal life, this show is a hilarious and thought-provoking answer to everything you ever wanted to know about Einstein but were too afraid to ask.
29 October 2013
Doors open 6pm. Show starts 6.30 p.m.
University Place, Oxford Rd, University of Manchester
Tickets £3 each. Book at https://www.eventsforce.net/iop/424/home
This event is part of Manchester Science Festival; Come out and play, create and experiment at this nine day Festival.