Wednesday 22 May:
Robin Ince presents The Importance of Being Interested

This new style show is a cross between stand-up and a funny lecture …

Award winning comedian and science enthusiast Robin Ince follows up his Happiness Through Science show with a look at his favourite scientists Charles Darwin and Richard Feynman.

Find out why we have eyebrows, why bald dogs have bad teeth, how heavy metal music makes pigs deaf and why spaghetti snaps into four pieces. It is a loving look into the minds of two giants of human imagination who changed our worldview.

He’ll also stop off on the way to look at some of the more bizarre views of early science – is the ostrich really the offspring of the union of a gnat and a giraffe? (No).

A night of spaghetti, barnacles and safe cracking.


Doors and bar 7.00pm, start time 8.00pm.

£12 advance, £13 door, £8 under 18s and students with ID.
Friends of Calstock Arts £11 advance.

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Robin Ince presents The Importance of Being Interested

Tickets also available from Levines in Calstock.