Sexy Science. Made In Germany.

Wed 1st – Mon 27th Aug 2018


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Vince Ebert


You probably think Germans have no sense of humour. Therefore, a German physicist has to be the least funny person on this planet. That may be true until you meet Vince Ebert. Some say, next to Angela Merkel he is the other German physicist who works in the comedy business.

In 2018 Vince is set to win heads and hearts with his debut English language solo show 'Sexy Science. Made in Germany' at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Join Vince as he explains scientific facts using the fundamental laws of humour: Why is the sky blue? Why is the night black? Why shouldn’t we eat yellow snow?

'Sexy Science. Made in Germany' is a witty and inspiring performance about skeptical thinking, fake news, the secret of German cars and the important question: Do strippers in the southern hemisphere turn around the pole in the opposite direction? Serious humour – Made in Germany.

Vince Ebert, physicist and comedian, is a big hit in his native Germany. With a stand-up career spanning 20 years he regularly performs to huge audiences across Germany, Austria and Switzerland. He has been hosting his own prime time television show on the ARD (German equivalent of the BBC) for six years and his best-selling books have sold over 500,000 copies.

Admission: £10(£9)

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