Einstein’s theory of comedy

Tangram Theatre 'Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking' EMN-140930-074454001
Tangram Theatre 'Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking' EMN-140930-074454001

Ever wondered who Albert Einstein really was? Ever wanted to travel back in time? Ever needed to get a 20m spaceship into a 10m garage? Ever looked at E=mc² and thought… What?!

Join Albert the genius behind the über-coolest moustache in science, for an hour of songs, silliness and the wurst sausage joke ever, in the show that (theoretically) proves Einstein = Musical Comedy Squared!

‘Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking’ is a musical celebration of the ideas, ideals and idiosyncrasies of the man whose theories sparked a revolution in modern science.

The show combines comedy songs, clowning and gloriously bad puns alongside proper explanations of the science behind his landmark theories and some rather surprising revelations into the great man’s personal life.

And writer-performer John Hinton and director Daniel Goldman bring this new musical comedy from Tangram Theatre Company to open the new season of 
entertainment at Tealby Village Hall this Friday, October 3.

Advance tickets cost £9 (£10 on the door), under 18s £3, from Tealby Shop 01673 838718 and 01673 838571.