John Hinton, Tangram Theatre and Holden Street Theatres present
Image: Hannah Houston
John Hinton's Scientrilogy is back for 2018, and is bigger and better than ever.
Join Albert, the genius behind the übercoolest moustache in science for a musical comedy lecture like no other. Featuring his two wives and mum on the piano, guest rapper MC Squared, and the wurst sausage joke ever, this is a show for scientists, theatre-lovers, musicians, and mathematicians alike!
The year is 1933, and Albert is giving his inaugural lecture on Special and General Relativity at Princeton University...or, at least, he's trying to. But it's tough when you're always going off on a space-time tangent, your wives and mother keep barging in, your equations are being used to make atomic bombs, and then there's the small (rather large) matter of the universe to explain.
Peer reviewed by Sussex University, 'Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking' is back in Adelaide by popular demand. See 'Relativitively Speaking' as a solo performance, or with 'Charles Darwin: Origin of Species...' and 'The Element in the Room' as part of the Scientrilogy.
Winner: ThreeWeeks Editors' Award, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016
Winner: Brighton Fringe and Off-West-End Awards.
Praise for 'John Hinton's Scientrilogy: Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking'
"★★★★★ Hinton’s enthusiasm is infectious" - The Adelaide Review
"★★★★★ Hinton expertly makes the most complicated of concepts easily intelligible...delightful." - British Theatres Guide
"★★★★★ Something close to brilliance." The Times
★★★★★ - Broadway Baby
★★★★ - The Big Issue
Writer: John Hinton
Director: Daniel Goldman
Music: John Hinton, Jo Eagle
Albert Einstein: John Hinton
Multiple Characters: Jo Eagle
Due to a very late change to the HST program the session dates and times for 'John Hinton's Scientrilogy' have been changed.
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Length: 60 minutes
14 Feb - 17 Mar
Companion Card holders welcome.
Venue: The Arch, Holden Street Theatres