Simon Singh: From Theorems to Serums, From Cryptology to Cosmology ... and The Simpsons

Thursday 13th October 2016 7:30 PM

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Join Simon Singh, one of the world’s most popular science and maths writers on a whistle-stop tour through the bestselling books that he has written over the last two decades.

Fermat’s Last Theorem looks at one of the biggest mathematical puzzles of the millennium; The Code Book shares the secrets of cryptology; Big Bang explores the history of cosmology; Trick or Treatment asks some hard questions about alternative medicine; and Simon’s latest book (The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets) enters the world of the world's most popular TV show.

Simon Singh MBE is a well-known author whose works often contain a strong mathematical element.

Venue: Parish Church

Price: £3, half of which will go to go to Good Thinking, a charity founded by Simon Singh that promotes science and challenges pseudoscience.

Booking is advised. Payment: cash only at the door.

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