Why See Alton Brown?
Food's maddest scientist is back on tour for 2016!
Food lovers rejoice! The mad scientist of the kitchen is back in 2016 with his new Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science tour, where once again he serves up a winning combination of comedy, live talk show skits,his colorful multimedia presentations and music (remember how this dude sings?!). Only this time, Brown adds brand-new fresh elemts to the show that includes new puppets, songs, and of course, outrageously dangerous experiments in the kitchen (that you are in no way recommended to do yourself). It's bigger, better and crazier before - all hail Alton!
This year promises more interactive fun as once again he grabs a lucky (or unlucky) theater audience member to act as his unwitting lab assistant on stage. So if you want a chance to get involved, this new tour will be handing out even MORE protective ponchos for the first few rows seeing as the action is about to get even more messy.
His new 2016 show comes ahead of the first of two new cookbooks set to be released in the fall. ALTON BROWN: EVERY DAY COOK, contains a collection of over 100 personal recipes, combined with his signature slew of history and science blurbs. The second books is yet to be announced, so watch this space!
Performance date: 27 April 2017
Suitable for most ages!
to be confirmed
And before you stop reading
If you're happy to be in the splash zone, be sure to book tickets in the first three central rows!
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Next available performances
Thu, Apr 27
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