Why See Professor Brian Cox?
horizons world tour
Prepare for a cosmic adventure as renowned British Physicist Professor Brian Cox touches down on home soil for this much-anticipated world tour, where he'll be illuminating audiences on the nature of our solar system in his inimitable, affable style. He'll examine the latest in space exploration and scientific discovery. Using state-of-the-art technology and big screen projections of spectacular visions of our universe will accompany Cox, who will answer some of life's biggest questions with his trademark wit and charm!
First tasting the limelight as the keyboardist in Brit-Pop band D:REAM, Cox remerged in the public eye as a particle physicist and won great acclaim for his television shows, including Wonders of the Universe, Wonders of the Solar System and Wonders of Life. Since then he has become an integral part of popular science in the vein of Carl Sagan, Neil Degrasse Tyson and Bill Nye.
Performance date: 28 February 2024
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