Adelaide Fringe shows!

Excited to be in Adelaide in 2019 for my first Fringe!  Doing seven shows in six days, all at the Rob Roy Hotel, 106 Halifax St South Adelaide.

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Tuesday 12th March: Physics in the Pub  (booked out)

 

 

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Wednesday 13 March – Solo Show

The Most Amazing Planet in the Universe – an Astronomer’s Ode to Earth

 

 

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Thursday 14th March – Sunday 17th March

The Poet’s Guide to Science – a hilarious play of modern dilemmas, featuring working scientists

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A Song of Sustainability

A highlight of my shows is singing the wonderful words of Katie Goodman from Broad Comedy. Here I am doing it in Sustainable Stand Up, Canberra, August 2017. Language warning folks!

It seems to inspire, crowd touch their hearts and set them singing. Will it change the world?

Let’s all be unfuckers!

Original by Katie is here:

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Workin’ like a gherkin

PhilQuickly updated my Dr Phil Live page, and realised I have a busy few months across four cities!

COMING UP…

Wednesday May 9: Colliding Stars, Quantum Particles and Hawking’s Black Hole Legacy (Physics in the Pub) – Smiths Alternative, Canberra

Friday May 11: Colliding Black Holes, Quasiparticles and a low energy future (Physics in the Pub) – Beer Deluxe, Hawthorn, Melbourne

Monday May 14: MC, Collaborate, Innovate – CRCs Conference Drinks, UTS, Sydney.

Wednesday June 13: Chemistry in the Pub – Smiths Alternative, Canberra

Tuesday June 19: Sustainable Stand Up – Smiths Alternative, Canberra

Wednesday July 11: Health and Medical in the Pub – Smiths Alternative, Canberra

Wednesday August 15: Pub Cabaret, Dr Phil & Tom Gordon – Sydney

Thursday August 16: Physics in the Pub – Orient Hotel, Sydney

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Would you let me put drugs in your brain?

The amazing Dr Kiara Bruggeman gets all Dr Seuss with her rhyme about her PhD research to develop a bandaid for the brain. Previously she won FameLab people’s choice award with this piece.

 

Filmed at Health and Medical in the Pub at Smiths Alternative in Canberra. Supported by National Science Week ACT, ANU Medical School, Australian Society for Medical Research.

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Using antimatter to find weirdo supernovae

Fiona Panther is searching out galaxy for antimatter – no it’s not science fiction, she’s after anti – electrons, called positrons. It’ll help her to study supernovae – exploding stars.

Fi is a PhD student at ANU Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Mt Stromlo.

Filmed at Physics in the Pub, 2016, Smith’s Alternative. Supported by Australian Institute of Physics and National Science Week.

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How twisting a belt explains the Universe

Quantum physics is all about the simplest things in the universe. Matter – electrons and quarks (which make up neutrons and protons), and interactions – photons, forces etc.

The difference between the two is a simple rotation. It’s secret quantum mechanics knowledge, says head of ANU Dept of Quantum Physics, Professor Craig Savage.

Here he is proving it:

Filmed at Physics in the Pub ACT, 2016, August 17 at Smiths Alternative Bookshop

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