This month Bright Club gets all constructive with a look at ‘Building’, in every sense of the word.
Join comedian Terry Saunders, musician Dan Woods and our crew of funny researchers to find out all about what happens when you put things together to make other things.
Performing this month:
Emma-Jayne Kilford – who finds out how teenagers’ brains work
Andy Holding – who knows how chemicals get put together
Jo-Anne Bichard – public toilet expert
Robert Thompson – who builds new electronics
Tickets on sale from http://www.wegottickets.com/event/131693
The second of our Camden Fringe gigs is on the last Friday of August, at the Bloomsbury Theatre Studio. The first gig there (on the 5th) was fantastic, sold-out and a lot of fun.
This time out we’re looking at Museums with:
Bec Hill, comedian and compere
Cream (of Strawberry & Cream), with her ukulele, her songbook and a big smile
Subhadra Das, who knows the secrets of where museums got their objects
Sara Huws, who recreates medieval life for a living
Hedley Swain, who has seen it all in the museum world
Kat Nilsson, science exhibitionist
Emma McLean, museum marketing guru
Gemma Angel, who spends all day looking at dead people’s tattoos
Tickets from http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/user/?region=gb_london&query=schedule&venue=bloomsburystu&month=7&day=26&year=111&interface=tcf or the Bloomsbury Theatre: http://www.thebloomsbury.com/event/run/1591c