Joe Lycett takes MCing duties for his Bright Club debut. He was best newcomer at the 2010 Chortle Awards, so it’ll be interesting to see what he’s been up to since then.
Strawberry & Cream return to their spiritual home, showcasing their own songs alongside the usual array of sexy covers.
Zoe Self studies how race-horses work. They’re pretty big and that’s a lot of muscle, bone and tendon to track. She won’t be giving out tips for the 4.15 at Chepstow.
Jon Butterworth smashes particles into one another using a little piece of apparatus called the Large Hadron Collider. You might have heard of it.
Dom Furniss is a human-computer interactions specialist, and he tackles the really big questions like “Why don’t things just work?!?!?!”
Ryan Nicholl flies balloons in the antarctic looking for neutrinos. He also has more magnets in his office than anyone I’ve met in my life.
Tom Manly is a neuroscientist. I haven’t met him yet, but he’s recommended by Sophie Scott, who is a great judge of Bright Club talent.
At the Wilmingtion Arms, March 15th.
Doors 8pm and £5 Door tax to pay. See you there!