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World Science Festival Brisbane Dr Karl's Great Moments in Science

23 Mar 2024, 5pm
Playhouse, QPAC
1 hour 30 minutes
(no interval, subject to change without notice)
$39 *
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Due to popular demand this event has been moved to the Playhouse Theatre. All current ticket holders to the Cremorne Theatre will be contacted.

Why do all the gods of metalwork have a limp, how can a piloted plane keep flying for more than two months continuously without air-to-air refuelling, and how much blood does your heart pump in your lifetime?

Spreading his infectious love of science through print, TV, radio and online for more than thirty years, the teller of all things true and trivial is returning to World Science Festival Brisbane, live onstage at the Cremorne Theatre QPAC.

For one night only, Australia’s favourite science communicator, the unstoppable, unstumpable Dr Karl Kruszelnicki presents unbelievable insights into the Great Moments in Science. Get comfy, because your mind is about to be blown!

Explore the full World Science Festival program here.

Presented by World Science Festival Brisbane