[ASC-list] Science at Adelaide Fringe

Lisa Bailey LBailey at riaus.org.au
Wed Jan 4 00:49:37 UTC 2017


We're hosting a lovely little program of science flavoured shows this Adelaide Fringe! Book now at
https://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/?venue=The%20Science%20Exchange

Immortality in Adelaide
Thursday 16th February 2017, 6.30-8.00pm
The Science Exchange
55 Exchange Place Adelaide
Tickets $20/$15 via FRINGETIX<https://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/immortality-in-adelaide>
It was once said that nothing is certain in life except death and taxes. While the tax office will still get their cut, the grim reaper's job is looking less secure.
The life expectancy of Australians has grown by 10 years since the 1970s and some believe the first person to live to 1000 has already been born, but how will this be achieved?
We will hear from three amazing experts, all trying to cheat death in their own special way. Through mapping the code of life to bring back extinct species in the future; by creating artificial organs to prolong life and avoid aging; by suspending life until technologies exist to cure diseases, bring us back to life and allow us to live as immortals; and so much more.
Book now at https://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/immortality-in-adelaide
Parasites Lost
Friday 17th  and Saturday 18th February 2017, 8.00pm
The Science Exchange
55 Exchange Place Adelaide
Tickets $25/$22 via FRINGETIX<https://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/parasites-lost>
You're never alone, when you've got a parasite. Ten years of working in Asia and Africa, Alanta has seen a few things. And eaten a few things. And yelled her lunch into not an inconsequential number of toilets. Not a show for the faint of heart.
Parasites Lost is equal parts scientific, entertaining and comedic. It tempers the educational elements of a TED talk with hilarious anecdotes and the occasional moments of potty humour. This show is an informative and pathos-addled adventure both across the globe and under the microscope.
Discover brain-controlling fungi, living Hollywood beauty treatments, and parasites living right under your nose. Literally, under your nose. Right now. This show is a unique opportunity to learn about the secret life of some of the most ingenious organisms, from someone who's played host to them. Alanta Colley is a public health practitioner, a comedian, and a bee-keeper. This is her debut solo Show.
Book now at https://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/parasites-lost

Late Night Letters and Numbers
Thursday 16th, Friday 17th  and Saturday 18th February 2017, 9.30pm
The Science Exchange
55 Exchange Place Adelaide
Tickets $20/$17 via FRINGETIX<https://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/late-night-letters-and-numbers>
Do you miss Letters and Numbers on SBS? We do too, but there's hope! Late Night Letters and Numbers! It's everything Letters and Numbers was, but more with interaction and drinking!
Guided by your incredibly under-qualified host Nick Caddaye and unrestrained by scripts, our star-studded line-up of irreverent puzzle busters will take you on a journey that is as unpredictable as it is riotous! Sold out 2015-16 so book early!
https://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/late-night-letters-and-numbers

Exhibition: Winning Sky Photos: The David Malin Awards 2016

>From 17th January - 19th March 2017
The Science Exchange FutureSpace Gallery
55 Exchange Place Adelaide
Free
Winning Sky Photos: The David Malin Awards 2016 is the exhibition of the top entries from the David Malin Awards astrophotography competition, held annually by the Central West Astronomical Society and open to amateur astronomers and photographers from around Australia. The photographs are judged by world-renowned astrophotographer Dr David Malin. The competition aims to encourage photographers to use their vision, imagination and skill to produce inspiring and beautiful images of the sky.
A Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences travelling exhibition.
Details at https://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/winning-sky-photos-the-david-malin-awards-2016


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