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Wunderkammer at the Polar Museum
Thu 29 September 2016, 19:00 – 21:00 BST
Fresh from the Edinburgh fringe hilarious comedy improv group 'Do No Adjust Your Stage' bring their 'Wunderkammer' show to the Polar Museum in Cambridge! In Ted-style talks see and hear about intriguing objects related to death defying exploration, survival, and human cold adaption in extreme polar conditions. With Shackleton project officer, Corinne Galloway and Antarctic project officer, Greta Bertram. Then watch on as the group create totally improvised comedy, scenes, stories and characters in response.
'Do Not Adjust Your Stage's' Wunderkammer creates improvised comedy theatre inspired from talks by leading academics, curators and all round huge brains on their passions. Part Ted-style talks, part improvised comedy, their show has a residency at London's Natural History Museum. They have played to sell-out audiences in various London venues and the Edinburgh fringe.
The Polar Museum is the public face of the Scott Polar Research Institute – a world leading research and information centre for the study of Polar and cold regions. The Museum houses a range of objects and artworks from past exploration of Arctic and Antarctic regions and contributes to current cutting-edge research investigating of our changing climate.
Event line-up: 7PM: Doors open, 7.15PM: First improv set. Enjoy a late night cash bar and galleries by twilight.