After our successful debut of this sketch comedy show in Canberra, we’re coming to Sydney for the Fringe.
Yes! After a year of avoiding Covid-laced sneezes, coughs and associated respiratory droplets, Dramatis Scientificae is back! Phil Dooley, Michele Conyngham and Patrick Davies are your hosts for “Stir-fried Science”, a cornucopia of science, comedy, music and even a smidgin of philosophy.
Want to debate the newsworthiness of black holes? Or apply Schrodinger’s theory to ringing doorbells? Perhaps you would like to discover the wonders of algae or philosophise about the nomenclature used on your cafe menu? See live versions of your favourite sketches, such as The Celsius Conspiracy or the Minister of Vaccines, plus others never seen before.
If so, come along to The Tatts Club, 198 Pitt St Sydney from August 31 to September 4, shows daily at 6.15 pm . Imbibe a drink and take in a show about science full of variety. How could that be phrased more succinctly? Variety Show Full of Science? Science Variety Show? Or simply Stir-fried Science? Let’s go with that.
We’re pleased to welcome Margie McRae as Director. Featuring science-themed comic sketches, songs and working scientists presenting their latest research, Stir-fried Science includes appearances by a clutch of scientists from local Universities. Check out our Facebook page to see the line up as it gets lined up.
Tickets available from July 30 from www.sydneyfringe.com. Catch you there – if this blurb is good enough; if science is your bag; if you like a good laugh; if you like me, or Michele, (or any of the others); hopefully.