An Evening Of Unnecessary Detail
A nerdy variety night with Matt, Helen, Steve and friends.
“Come for the Unnecessary Detail, stay for the An Evening Of.”
LIVE SHOWS ARE BACK!
An Evening Of Unnecessary Detail returned to London on Sunday 26th February 2023 with a sold out night at the Royal Institution, and we loved it so much we’re doing some more shows soon!
- Matt, Steve and Helen plus special guests will be back at the Royal Institution on Sunday 15th October with a cornucopia of guests, and an option to livestream the show at home or watch it on-demand for 2 weeks afterwards. Tickets here.
- Our biggest show ever at London’s Cambridge Theatre with Matt, Steve, Helen and special guests on Monday 20th November. Tickets here.
Don’t forget to join our mailing list to hear about future shows as they go on sale.
UNNECESSARY DETAIL – NOW AVAILABLE AS A PODCAST!
Stand-up mathematician Matt Parker, experiments maestro Steve Mould and geek songstress Helen Arney take a single word or phrase as a jumping off point to investigate things that you wouldn’t believe could be interesting, but turn out to be utterly fascinating when you get down to the nitty and / or gritty. Also featuring new science songs from Helen!
Search for “Unnecessary Detail” on your favourite podcast app, or click here to listen to every episode.
ABOUT AN EVENING OF UNNECESSARY DETAIL
An Evening of Unnecessary Detail is, in short, an event where 80% of the words in the title start with a vowel. Of the 16 unique letters in the title, 31.25% of them are used more than once. If you are not enjoying this level of detail, it’s unlikely that you will enjoy the show.
An Evening of Unnecessary Detail is, in short, an event where we ask enthusiasts, scientists, miscellaneous experts* and/or comedians to talk about whatever they want. By attending this event, you revoke all rights to complain about the level of detail they choose to do so in.
An Evening of Unnecessary Detail is, in short, an event hosted by some or all of Festival of the Spoken Nerd: Matt Parker, Steve Mould and Helen Arney. Each of them have 10 letters in their names. Each show will be 10,800 seconds long. Each ticket can be bought via the links on this page.
*actual experts in miscellany
See individual ticket links for concession and access information.Buy Tickets