Professor Brian Cox: Horizons: A 21st Century Space Odyssey

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Posted 2022-07-25 by Vanessafollow

Sat 15 Oct 2022

Having set two Guinness World Records with his previous sell-out World Tour, Professor Brian Cox returns to Australia in October 2022! Tickets are now on sale for Professor Brian Cox's brand-new live on-stage show Horizons: A 21st Century Space Odyssey. The biggest science show on the planet.Presented by Lateral Events, Horizons will take audiences on a dazzling cinematic journey; a story of how we came to be and what we can become. The deepest of questions will be explored using the latest advances in our understanding of quantum theory, black holes, biology, planetary science, astronomy and cosmology.Using state-of-the-art LED screen technology, arenas will be filled with images of far-away galaxies, alien worlds, supermassive black holes, and a time before the Big BangWhat is the nature of space and time? Why does the Universe exist? How did life begin?Professor Brian Cox will once again be joined by co-host of The Infinite Monkey Cage and award-winning comedian Robin Ince.Don't miss Professor Brian Cox: Horizons: A 21st Century Space Odyssey.Tickets are now on sale through Ticketmaster . Early bookings are advised as places are strictly limited.Saturday 15 October 2022 - MCEC - Plenary, 7.30 pmProfessor Brian Cox: Horizons: A 21st Century Space Odyssey is presented by Lateral Events. Find out more at .[BREAK]About Professor Brian Cox Professor Brian Cox CBE is Professor of Particle Physics at The University of Manchester, The Royal Society Professor for Public Engagement in Science and a Fellow of the Royal Society. As a broadcaster, he has presented a number of highly acclaimed science programmes for the BBC including Wonders of the Solar System, Forces of Nature, Stargazing Live and, in 2019, The Planets. He is credited with boosting the popularity of subjects such as astronomy and physics, and has garnered a host of accolades for his TV work, including two Royal Television Society awards and a Peabody Award for Wonders of the Solar System.Brian has also authored a series of best-selling books, including the widely acclaimed Human Universe. Brian broke his own Guinness World Record titles during his last live tour, Universal; for the most tickets sold (158,589) for a science tour, and for most tickets sold for a science show (11,433 at The Arena in Birmingham in 2019).Brian has been described as the natural successor for BBC's scientific programming by both Sir David Attenborough and Patrick Moore.Before his academic career, Brian was a keyboard player for the British bands D:Ream and Dare. D:Ream had a number one hit with 'Things Can Only Get Better' in 1994. The British Labour Party used the song for their successful campaign in 1997, which elected Tony Blair as Prime Minister.

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