Do you love science, but is jargon getting in the way? Has your relationship with science lost it’s spark? Lacking the right chemistry? Join Matt on his journey as he rediscovers his love of science. Matt did a PhD in biochemistry and believed he’d make a difference in science, but Matt and science drifted apart. This show is about falling back in love with science. Finding the joy in discovery in the weird and wonderful truths of science rather than frustrating reality of life in a laboratory. It’s for those who want to laugh and learn.
Matt Hobs returns to the Cambridge Fringe Festival with his second solo show ‘Matt Hobs BSc (Bristolian of Science)’. “Hobs’ explanations are equal to that of the best lecturers, and undoubtedly funnier… a very likeable leading comic with a talent for multimedia comedy.”, The Wee Review.
This show is free to attend but please book to help us manage demand. A bucket collection will be taken at the end of the show with all proceeds going to the performer.
Please note, the show will start at the time listed and will last around 50 minutes. Latecomers may not be admitted.
Saturday 23 April
Free with donation