More buzz about : one of the hardy souls participating in the Funny Tonne (where the contestants try to see 100 Festival shows) gave the show 8 out of 10. Also the very lovely Edward Yates came to see the show, and you can read his thoughts about it in his blog, the wells of fancy.
If you’d like to see Science-ology on Friday the 13th (spooky!), arts web site The Program are giving away three double-passes for every show in my venue, the Banner Room (aka the TARDIS) at Comedy @ Trades! Check out this awesome giveaway here.
The Crew‘s Instant Order: Trial by Audience opened last night, and you can catch Ben in this improvised murder trial tonight at Glitch Bar + Cinema in St. George’s Road, Fitzroy North. And don’t forget to check out the other Crew shows: Classic Impro Sundae at the Comic’s Lounge, and Instant Musical Odyssey at Laundry, as part of Triple Trouble.
The first review is in; check out what the Groggy Squirrel thought of . In brief:
“Science-ology Rocks! … If you are a science geek, this is a must, but even if you only have a passing interest this show is heaps of fun and full of lovely laughs. Ben is an experienced confident performer and a great storyteller. … Highly recommended.” – Lisa Clark, Groggy Squirrel issue 37
There are still four shows left, Wednesday October 4 to Saturday October 7. Get on down to Glitch Bar + Cinema and join the rock and roll science evolution!
Science-ology continues next week, but if you’re wondering if it’s any good, Dr. Andi of 3RRR‘s Einstein A Go Go says it’s “A fabulous show…an absolute hoot.” What more reason do you need? Get down to Glitch Bar next week, Wednesday to Saturday! And don’t forget you can also catch the Man in Theatre in Decay’s The Taking of Ramsey Street, which opened on Friday.
The newest Lab Coat show is about to take off at Glitch Bar + Cinema this Wednesday. You may also have caught the Man on 3RRR‘s Einstein A Go Go this Sunday, September 24th, where he could be heard battling with Dan Walmsley over the merits of science in a promo for the upcoming Science Comedy Night for the Australian Science Communicators in October.
The Fringe Festival launches today, so you should get ready to rock – twice! opens on September 27 at Glitch Bar and Cinema. And you can also catch Ben in a starring role in Theatre in Decay’s new darkly comedic musical, The Taking of Ramsey Street, opening on September 29 at the Loft, the Lithuanian Club.