On tour this Autumn… don’t miss the Nerds near you!

The science comedy phenomenon are back on tour with their all-new show – it’s Off The Chart! Join acclaimed stand-up mathematician Matt Parker, TV experiments maestro Steve Mould and award-winning geek songstress Helen Arney for graph-a-minute fun on an unprecedented linear scale – with added fire, of course…

**** “Fantastic and funny… you don’t need to be a ‘nerd’ to enjoy this show” Broadway Baby

**** “Gleefully geeky… impossible to resist, whatever your level of scientific knowledge” Edinburgh Reporter

***** “Bustling with brain-teasing excellence; fun with fire, singing and super awesome experiments” Mumble Comedy

Watch this “resplendently geeky trio” (The Times) as they Excel themselves in a brand new show packed with electrifying live experiments, statistically significant laughter and a retro Fax machine solo. Will they stay on-trend, or lose the plot completely?

Find out more about the Nerds

Who?

Festival of the Spoken Nerd are the science comedy phenomenon that will feed your brain, tickle your ribs and light your Bunsen burner. Full Frontal Nerdity guaranteed!

Stand-up mathematician Matt Parker (Discovery Channel You Have Been Warned), experiments maestro Steve Mould (ITV1 I Never Knew That About Britain) and geek songstress Helen Arney (BBC2 Coast) mix astonishing science with statistically significant comedy, plus experiments that electrify their audiences – sometimes literally. Here’s what people are saying about our shows.

Since their last smash hit tour show Full Frontal Nerdity, the Nerds have filmed their first DVD and download (available now) and racked up over a million views on YouTube for their experiments, songs and stand-up. As well as sell-out shows all over the UK, the Nerds have performed at Shakespeare’s Globe, Hammersmith Apollo with Robin Ince and Brian Cox, The British Library, TED, Udderbelly and Latitude Festival.

In 2015, they made their Las Vegas debut at James Randi’s ‘The Amaz!ng Meeting’ before touring the country with their all-new show Just For Graphs – it’s off the chart!

Photo credit: Idil Sukan/Draw HQ

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