Thu 11 Jun Doors 7.00pm
Price: £12 adv SEATED for 80 people
Men read maps better, but women read emotions — so say brain scientists. Is the secret of human behaviour inside our skulls?
Can neuroscience explain why Timandra throws like a girl but thinks like a bloke? You’ll never look at your anterior cingulate cortex the same way again. Or a map.
After a successful Edinburgh Fringe run in 2013, Timandra Harkness brings her one-woman show Brainsex to Norwich. It’s a mixture of science fun and fact, designed to appeal to adults but suitable for all ages and backgrounds.
You don’t need Science GCSEs to enjoy the irreverent mix of comedy, video, songs, gameshows & live experiments on the audience.