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Improbable event Tuesday night at Conway Hall

Join us Tuesday, March 18, at Conway Hall, London, at 7:00 pm, for an evening of Improbable Dramatic Readings from bizarre, genuine research reports. Marc Abrahams will ringlead a gaggle of glorious dramatic readers. Said gaggle includes:  Stevyn Colgan [QI]; Julie Gould [Nature]; Kate Arkless GrayTrish Groves [BMJ]; James Harkin [QI]; Polina Harkin [St Luke’s]; Valerie Jamieson [New Scientist];  Alok Jha [The Guardian]; Imran Khan [British Science Association]; Molly Oldfield[QI];  Tim Radford [The Guardian]; Annette Smith [Association for Science Education]; and others TBA.

Best to book TICKETS in advance, if you want to be sure of a seat inside the venerable, delightfully creaky old building.

It’s part a celebration to honor the new book  This Is Improbable Too, in part a part of National Science & Engineering Week. This is the third event on this year’s Ig Nobel Tour of the UK.

“It’s almost dementedly inconsequential”, says The Daily Mail about the new book.

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