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Helium Comedy Club, Philadelphia

RATIONAL COMEDY FOR AN IRRATIONAL PLANET – One Night Only!

As heard on NPR’s Sci­ence Fri­day with Ira Fla­tow and StarTalk Radio with Neil deGrasse Tyson!

Sci­ence Come­dian Brian Malow presents:

Ratio­nal Com­edy for an Irra­tional Planet
An evening of sci­ence humor

8pm, Wednes­day, May 11, 2016

Buy tick­ets now:
https://philadelphia-heliumcomedy-com.seatengine.com//shows/35068

Helium Com­edy Club
2031 San­som Street
Philadel­phia PA 19103
215.496.9001

“It’s as much about expand­ing the mind as it is tick­ling the funny bone.” – The Wash­ing­ton Times

Get your geek on! From the lighter side of helium to the darker side of the moon, join sci­ence come­dian Brian Malow on a rocket ride through the humor­verse. Brian will dis­pel myths & mis­con­cep­tions about sci­ence, explore the sci­ence in sci­ence fic­tion films, and exer­cise your brain as well as your funny bone.

For all audi­ences!

This show is 21+ (18+ with par­ent). Tick­ets will be avail­able for pick up at the box office prior to the show (they are gen­er­ally avail­able 1.5-2 hrs prior to show­time.)

Spontaneous Emissions: Wed, Nov. 2, Sunnyvale

It’s the Bay Area Sci­ence Fes­ti­val!  Get your geek on!  From the lighter side of helium to the darker side of the moon, join sci­ence come­dian Brian Malow on a rocket ride through the humor­verse.  Brian will dis­pel myths & mis­con­cep­tions about sci­ence, explore the sci­ence in sci­ence fic­tion films, and exer­cise your brain as well as your funny bone.  Also, appear­ing:  spe­cial guest Norm Gold­blatt.

For all audi­ences!  Music is not just for musi­cians. Art is not just for artists. And sci­ence is not just for sci­en­tists.

8pm, Wednes­day, Novem­ber 2, 2011
Rooster T. Feather’s Com­edy Club
157 W. El Camino Real
Sun­ny­vale, CA 94087
408-736-0921

For more info and tick­ets:
http://www.bayareascience.org/11/02/spontaneous-emissions-an-evening-of-science-humor/

 “It’s as much about expand­ing the mind as it is tick­ling the funny bone.”
– The Wash­ing­ton Times

Brian Malow is Earth’s Pre­mier Sci­ence Come­dian (avail­able for off-world appear­ances if trans­porta­tion is pro­vided). Based in San Fran­cisco, Brian has appeared on “The Late Late Show with Craig Fer­gu­son,” and per­formed for NASA, JPL, NIST, OSA, ACS, and other acronyms. He also makes sci­ence videos for Time Magazine’s web­site, and is a con­trib­u­tor to Neil de Grasse Tyson’s radio show.  Brian has been fea­tured in the Wash­ing­ton Post, New York Times, San Fran­cisco Chron­i­cle, and San Jose Mer­cury News.

For more info, check out:
www.sciencecomedian.com
www.youtube.com/sciencecomedian
www.twitter.com/sciencecomedian

 

Rooster T. Feathers in Sunnyvale

Sci­ence com­edy fans, unite!  For one evening in Sun­ny­vale, Cal­i­for­nia!

8pm, Wednes­day, May 11, 2011.  An evening of sci­ence com­edy at Rooster T. Feath­ers Com­edy Club with sci­ence come­dian Brian Malow.

Infor­ma­tion and Reser­va­tions: 408-736-0921

Or BUY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE

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Sci­ence Come­dian Brian Malow
presents
Ratio­nal Com­edy for an Irra­tional Planet
An evening of sci­ence humor

“It’s as much about expand­ing the mind as it is tick­ling the funny bone.”
– The Wash­ing­ton Times

Get your geek on!  From the lighter side of helium to the darker side of the moon, join sci­ence come­dian Brian Malow on a rocket ride through the humor­verse.  Brian will dis­pel myths & mis­con­cep­tions about sci­ence, explore the sci­ence in sci­ence fic­tion films, and exer­cise your brain as well as your funny bone.

For all audi­ences!

Music is not just for musi­cians. Art is not just for artists. And sci­ence is not just for sci­en­tists.

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$12
8pm, Wednes­day, May 11, 2011

Rooster T. Feath­ers Com­edy Club
157 W. El Camino Real
Sun­ny­vale, CA 94087
408-736-0921

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Brian Malow is Earth’s Pre­mier Sci­ence Come­dian (avail­able for off-world appear­ances if trans­porta­tion is pro­vided). Based in San Fran­cisco, Brian has appeared on “The Late Late Show with Craig Fer­gu­son,” and per­formed for NASA, JPL, NIST, OSA, ACS, and other acronyms. He also makes sci­ence videos for Time Magazine’s web­site, and is a con­trib­u­tor to Neil de Grasse Tyson’s radio show.  Brian has been fea­tured in the Wash­ing­ton Post, New York Times, San Fran­cisco Chron­i­cle, and San Jose Mer­cury News.

For more info, check out www.sciencecomedian.com and  www.youtube.com/sciencecomedian and www.twitter.com/sciencecomedian

April Fool’s Tribute to Thomas Edison

Last year, for April 1st, I was asked to make a guest post to a GE blog called Edison’s Desk.  So I made this April Fool’s Trib­ute to Thomas Edi­son.  I had a lot of fun with the links – try ’em all!

I must really be an April Fool because this is a big day for me.  I’ll be on NPR’s Sci­ence Fri­day with Ira Fla­tow – to talk about sci­ence and com­edy with my friends Tim Lee and Norm Gold­blatt.  The show streams live from 11am to 1pm Pacific/2-4pm East­ern, in addi­tion to air­ing on your local pub­lic radio sta­tion.  Lis­ten to it here.

Then later tonight I’m emcee­ing a great STEM edu­ca­tion event (STEM = Sci­ence Tech­nol­ogy Engi­neer­ing Math­e­mat­ics) in the plan­e­tar­ium at the Cal­i­for­nia Acad­emy of Sci­ences.  It’s called STEM­Po­sium and it’s an evening to honor some fan­tas­tic edu­ca­tion inno­va­tors.  This event will be live streamed from their web­site at 7:30pm Pacific. Check it out! 

Science Online 2011

Jan. 13-16, 2011 – ScienceOnline2011, Research Tri­an­gle Park, NC

I’m thrilled to be attend­ing and par­tic­i­pat­ing in ScienceOnline2011 – the fifth annual con­fer­ence on sci­ence and the web in Research Tri­an­gle Park, North Car­olina.  My first time!  I’ll be lead­ing a ses­sion with Joanne Man­aster on com­mu­ni­cat­ing sci­ence with humor, and I’ll be speaking/performing at the Sat­ur­day night ban­quet.  I’m look­ing for­ward to recon­nect­ing with some friends and mak­ing some new ones.

#scio11

SF Sketchfest

8pm, Wednes­day, Jan­u­ary 26th, 2011 – Eureka The­atre, San Fran­cisco

Sketch­fest is an amaz­ing annual event – actu­ally three weeks of events – each Jan­u­ary in San Fran­cisco.  This year’s per­form­ers include…

Dan Aykroyd, Can­dice Bergen, James L. Brooks, David Byrne, Neil Patrick Har­ris, Garry Shan­dling, Eugene Mir­man, Nerdist Chris Hard­wick, Kevin Pol­lak, Greg Proops, Riff­Trax, Will Durst, Bob Goldth­wait, Bren­don Small, The Sound of Young Amer­ica, Paul F. Tomp­kins, Marc Maron, Todd Barry, Bob Odenkirk, Maria Bam­ford, Greg Behrendt, Doug Ben­son, Moby, Jimmy Pardo, and many many more.

Oh yeah:  I’m per­form­ing along with come­dian and car­toon­ist Michael Capoz­zola on Wednes­day, Jan­u­ary 26th, 8pm at the Eureka The­ater. Come enjoy an evening fea­tur­ing two comedic per­for­mances! Mike will be doing his food-themed show and I’ll be doing my thing…

Brian Malow – Spon­ta­neous Emis­sions
and
Michael Capoz­zola – Regur­gi­tated

8pm, Wednes­day, Jan­u­ary 26th, 2011
Eureka The­atre
215 Jack­son Street
San Fran­cisco, CA 94111
$15

Tick­ets are avail­able here

You can also choose the option to buy a pass for all Sketch­fest events being held at the Eureka The­atre on this page

Synthetic Biology Conference

Feb. 3-4, 2011 – Syn­thetic Biol­ogy con­fer­ence held at Google’s Wash­ing­ton, D.C. offices

I am par­tic­i­pat­ing in a syn­thetic biol­ogy con­fer­ence called “Here Be Drag­ons: Gov­ern­ing a Tech­no­log­i­cally Uncer­tain Future.” 

Stel­lar cast of speak­ers from sci­ence AND sci­ence fic­tion:  Drew Endy, Andrew Hes­sel, George Church, Robert J. Sawyer, Neal Stephen­son, Bruce Ster­ling, Robert Wright, and many more!

Part of the Future Tense series, the event is co-sponsored by Slate mag­a­zine, Ari­zona State Uni­ver­sity, and the New Amer­ica Foun­da­tion, and will explore gov­er­nance issues sur­round­ing new, rapidly-developing fields of sci­ence.

How do we pro­ceed when we have no maps for these unex­plored ter­ri­to­ries?

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Thurs­day, Feb­ru­ary 3, 2011 – 8:30am – Fri­day, Feb­ru­ary 4, 2011 – 1:30pm

Google, DC
1101 New York Avenue, N.W.
Wash­ing­ton, DC 20005 

Punch Line Comedy Club, SF

Wednes­day, Feb­ru­ary 9, 2011.  An evening of sci­ence com­edy at the Punch Line Com­edy Club, San Fran­cisco, with sci­ence come­dian Brian Malow and spe­cial guest per­former Ngaio Bealum.

Tick­ets are $15 if you call the club:  415-397-PLSF  (415-397-7573)
For an addi­tional $5 ser­vice fee, you can buy tick­ets online

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Sci­ence Come­dian Brian Malow
presents
Spon­ta­neous Emis­sions
An evening of sci­ence humor

“It’s as much about expand­ing the mind as it is tick­ling the funny bone.”
– The Wash­ing­ton Times

Get your geek on!  From the lighter side of helium to the darker side of the moon, join sci­ence come­dian Brian Malow on a rocket ride through the humor­verse.  Brian will dis­pel myths & mis­con­cep­tions about sci­ence, explore the sci­ence in sci­ence fic­tion films, and exer­cise your brain as well as your funny bone.  Also, appear­ing:  spe­cial guest come­dian Ngaio Bealum.

For all audi­ences!

Music is not just for musi­cians. Art is not just for artists. And sci­ence is not just for sci­en­tists.

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$15
8pm, Wednes­day, Feb­ru­ary 9, 2011

Punch Line Com­edy Club
444 Bat­tery Street (between Wash­ing­ton and Clay)
San Fran­cisco, CA 94111
415-397-PLSF

Tick­ets are $15 if you call the club:  415-397-PLSF  (415-397-7573)
For an addi­tional $5 ser­vice fee, you can buy tick­ets online

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Brian Malow is Earth’s Pre­mier Sci­ence Come­dian (avail­able for off-world appear­ances if trans­porta­tion is pro­vided). Based in San Fran­cisco, Brian has appeared on “The Late Late Show with Craig Fer­gu­son,” and per­formed for NASA, JPL, NIST, OSA, ACS, and other acronyms. He also makes sci­ence videos for Time Magazine’s web­site, and has been fea­tured in the Wash­ing­ton Post, New York Times, San Fran­cisco Chron­i­cle, and San Jose Mer­cury News.

For more info, check out www.sciencecomedian.com and  www.youtube.com/sciencecomedian and www.twitter.com/sciencecomedian

Georgetown University – Free Show

Fri­day, Octo­ber 22, 2010. As part of the inau­gural USA Sci­ence & Engi­neer­ing Fes­ti­val, I will be per­form­ing 8pm, Fri­day night, Octo­ber 22, 2010, at George­town Uni­ver­sity – and it’s free and open to the pub­lic (that’s YOU!).

For details:
Ratio­nal Com­edy for an Irra­tional Planet – An Evening of Sci­ence Humor

My friend Norm Gold­blatt, the Phunny Physi­cist, will also appear. 

USA Science & Engineering Festival Expo Saturday

As part of the inau­gural USA Sci­ence & Engi­neer­ing Fes­ti­val, I will be per­form­ing mul­ti­ple shows.

At the huge week­end Expo – which is free and open to the pub­lic (that’s YOU!) – I will be doing 20-minute sets:

Sat­ur­day, Octo­ber 23, 2010, 2:30pm – on the Wil­son Plaza stage

Sun­day, Octo­ber 24, 2010, 3:30pm – on the National Mall stage

And check out my full-length show on Fri­day night at George­town Uni­ver­sity – also free.