The Wunderkammer at the Edinburgh Fringe 2016
After sell-out shows in London, Europe and the US since 2014, and residency at The Natural History Museum, The Wunderkammer makes its Edinburgh Fringe Festival debut this August!
Each day, TED-style talks from two new amazing expert speakers on a smorgasbord of topics, will inspire improvised comedy from one of the UK's leading groups, Do Not Adjust Your Stage.
The show runs 12th-20th August, 12.45-1.45pm as part of The Free Association Presents... at the Gilded Balloon at the Counting House (Venue 170)
Here's who you can see and when!
Fri 12th - Prof Sir Ian Wilmut (the Father of Cloning on designer babies) & Kevin Quantum (on magic)
Sat 13th - Gráinne Maguire (on Irish politics) & Michael Brunstrom (on fell walking)
Sun 14th - Siân Hickson (on physics) & Rachel Parris (on Game of Thrones)
Mon 15th - Dr Angus Bancroft (on illicit markets) & Matt Maltby (Handlebards)
Tues 16th - Alice Strang (National Galleries of Scotland) & Hannah Dunleavy (Standard Issue Magazine)
Wed 17th - Prof Jan Clarkson (on dentistry) & Rohan Gunattilake (on mindfulness)
Thur 18th - Richard Duffy (the Potter Trail) & Sally-Anne Huxtable (on design)
Fri 19th - Dr Mhairi Aitken (health data) & Dylan Emery (financial journalism)
Sat 20th - Rachel Hosker (on archiving our lives) & Ric Allan (on comic books)
Tickets can be reserved for £5, or Pay-What-You-Want at the end of the show!
Gilded Balloon at the Counting House - Ballroom
West Nicolson Street