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Robin Ince - Happiness Through Science

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The Atheist Foundation of Australia is proudly presenting Robin Ince's latest tour 'Happiness Through Science' this April.

Ince is best known for the BBC radio show 'The Infinite Monkey Cage' with physicist Brian Cox and the recent tours 'Uncaged Monkeys' with Simon Singh, Brian Cox and Ben Goldacre, and 'The Importance of Being Interested'.

Ince also co-wrote the Australian movie Razzle Dazzle and won the Time Out Award for Outstanding Achievement in Comedy (2006), the Chortle Award for Best Compere (2007) and the Sony Radio Awards Gold Award for Best Speech Programme (2011).

With his latest tour, 'Happiness Through Science', Ince asks whether it is possible to be happy and rational at the same time.

He will be covering Schrödinger cats, multiverses and evolutionary conundrums and the landscape of evolution.

'Happiness Through Science' comes to Canberra for one night only at the ANU Arts Centre on Tuesday 14 April 2015.

Tickets are now on sale and are $40 for General Admission ($30 for concession card holders).

To purchase tickets, please click here and follow the prompts.

For more information on this event, please visit The Atheist Foundation website.

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When: Tuesday 14 April 2015, 8pm
Where: ANU Arts Centre
Cost: $40 (General) / $30 (Concession)
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