Thursday 1 June - @Bristol Science Centre:

2.30pm Matinee show for families

7.30pm Evening show for 16+

*** both shows with Meet the Scientist event with physicists from Bristol University ***

Booking here


Tuesday 20 June - King Edward VI School, Southampton

7.30pm as part of Arts Festival comedy night


Saturday 1 July - Lancashire Science Festival

11.00am and 2.00pm in the Greenbank Lecture Theatre

More info here


An unexplained cat theft from a physics laboratory leads scientist Smithy on a journey through his own experiment into the subatomic world. The situation becomes charged and it is impossible to stay neutral. Can he find the cat and win over his colleague Sarah in the process? Will the outcome be positive or negative?

 

As seen at the British Science Festival, a sci-fi adventure through the strange and wonderful world of quantum physics. Featuring physical comedy, scientific slapstick, and a search for Schrodinger’s cat. Be prepared for a very silly show about a very intelligent subject.


What’s the Matter? is a highly entertaining piece of original comedy theatre. It’s captivating whether you know nothing about physics, or everything there is to know” Sophie Moysey, Pound Arts









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The Baguettes in Canada
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Weekly Theatre Workshops

The Last Baguette are happy to be leading the youth theatre at Pound Arts in Corsham - if you’d like to join ActNow, call the Pound on 01249 701628. Click for more info...http://www.poundarts.org.uk/Pound/actnowyouththeatre.aspxWorkshops.htmlshapeimage_3_link_0
The Last Baguette are really excited to be collaborating with Miss Popularity aka Tess Cartwright on Dying to Please You - more info coming soon...http://www.misspopularity.co.ukhttp://www.misspopularity.co.ukshapeimage_4_link_0shapeimage_4_link_1
Click here to watch the trailerhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgO_ugSopng
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What’s the Matter?

A physical comedy about physics

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