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Open seven days a week, 10.00-18.00. Entry to the Museum is free.

Science Museum Comedy Club

Wednesday 30 November, 20.30–21.30

Advance ticket holders also get priority entry into the Museum. Simply show your email confirmation at the door to skip the main queue.

Come bear witness as a gang of the usual suspects break your funny bones and steal your laughs at the Science Museum Comedy Club. Punk Science will be exhibiting their criminally incredible demonstrations and welcoming three great guests.

Ed Gamble can be seen regularly on the hit show Mock the Week and is a star of the BBC series Almost Royal. Ed was also co-creator of the iTunes-topping and award- collecting Peacock and Gamble Podcast.

Dr. Kathryn Harkup trained in chemistry and is a touring science communicator. Dr. Harkup is also the author of the book 'A is for Arsenic: The poisons of Agatha Christie'. We are excited to have Kathryn join us on this Crime-themed night to discuss the curious murders found in Ms. Christie's books.

Simon Watt, TV presenter, biologist, comedian and President for Life of the Ugly Animal Preservation Society, is returning to the Science Museum Comedy Club with his incredibly interesting and humorous material about animals and more.

Come join us for the last Science Museum Comedy Club of 2016. To miss out would be a crime.

Please note: Line-up is subject to change.

Science Museum Comedy Club

Science Museum Comedy Club

Resident comedians tickle your funny bones
Floor: G
Price: £9
Subjects
ArtCurrent science
Age ranges
Adults