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Friday, 23 September 2011

Citations in the literature

We got excellent reviews for #2.0 from EUSci and - deep breath - New Scientist.

There is also an article on Informed Edinburgh written just before the show.

Thursday, 22 September 2011

Children of the revolution

Wow. We sure do get the loveliest audience on the stand-up comedy circuit. And we are not just saying that. We're typing it on the information super highway. Kerchow.

So let's pause for a moment to reflect on what we learnt... Male torsos are interesting, especially when covered in QR codes - although they could do with more doughnuts. That there may be lust in translation, or depressing failure to acquire the right culture...and that something truly filthy can be rhymed with submarine.

Seriously. We can never hear that song again without thinking - we can't say it. The Internet is not ready for that level of filth yet.

Photos will be posted up on Facebook soon, but in the meantime, you may like to listen to the interview that we did live on BBC Radio Scotland following our launch in July. It was only on iplayer for a week so I hope the BBC are cool with reposting it...because we so want to work with them again next Fringe.

Thursday, 8 September 2011

Bright Club 2.0 - Revolution

Bright Club - "The thinking person's variety night" - returns to City 2 at the City Cafe on Tuesday September 20th.

It's time for Revolution! so we have a whole new line-up of comedic academics to do stand-up for your entertainment:

Sarah Artt - Costume Drama Apologist
Charlotte Bosseaux - French trans-latologist
Fiona Lethbridge - Beetle Juicer
Karon McBride - A force for good
Gemma Sharp - Cell culture vulture
Chris Speed - A space man
& Dan Ridley-Ellis - who just won't go away
with compere Susan Morrisson, music, sweets and more!

Tickets are on sale online for the bargain price of £4:

We sold out the City Cafe last time, and expect to do so again. There will be a limited number of tickets on the door, but please arrive in good time to avoid dissapointment.
IMPORTANT: doors open at 7:30, but pre-paid tickets do not guarantee entry unless you check in with the door staff before 7:45.

Looking forward to seeing you on the 20th!