Specimen Showoff

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

The nationally renowned Steve Cross, creator of Science Showoff (which now includes Showoffs for History, Animals, Books, Geeks and sustainability) will compere this evening of entertainment and engagement with pathology specimens: the one-off "Specimen Showoff"!

Join pathology collection curators and audience members/event attendees as they perform entertaining 9 minute sets about their favourite specimens, placing them in context and explaining why they chose them.

Examples sets include: Sarah Cox (ex QMUL) – “I am Murdered!” The Skull of John Bellingham
Carla Valentine (QMUL) – “It’s What’s Inside that Counts” – The ‘foreign objects’ cabinet.
Steve Moore (QMUL) - "Hunter VS Potts: The Curious Story of our Oldest Specimen, the Hernia"

The evening will be peppered by Steve’s fantastic comedy compering and we're be looking for volunteers from across QMUL and the London medical and pathology museum sectors. Do you have a specimen from QMUL’s pathology collection you’d like to show off?
Twitter: @steve_x and @ScienceShowoff

Cost: £9.99


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Barts Pathology Museum (3rd Floor Robin Brook Centre),

QMUL School of Medicine and Dentistry, St Bartholomews Hospital site, London, EC1A 7BE

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