Helen Arney News, March 2013
This month: things to hear and see...
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On your radio this week
I'm live on BBC Radio 3 this Friday, 15th March, doing some comedy bits for Red Nose Day! Tune in between 2 and 4.30 to hear my take on "Ridiculous Baroque" or listen on iPlayer afterwards. 
Listen all day to hear a whole bunch of musical funnies, some of them written by me and James Sherwood, all designed to make you donate your cash and choose one piece to become "Top of the Baroque"
The tinkle of my ukulele also appears in the "Loose Canons" remix of Pachelbel's famous piece... sneak preview here... now, give us your money!
Festival of the Spoken Nerd - 3 nights!
Festival of the Spoken Nerd just keeps on growing. After selling out in January, we're back at the Bloomsbury Theatre for 3 nights of TECHNOBABBLE. It's 16, 17 and 18 April, get your tickets here. Our super-special guest this time is digital artist Seb Lee-Delisle with a heap of interactive fun. We're just about to order 2,000 glow sticks. Don't miss this one! 
Now more accessible! On our third night we've added Stagetext, live subtitles for deaf and hard of hearing audience. I've wanted to do this at a Spoken Nerd show for AGES, now it's happening we really need spread the word and prove to everyone that it's worth doing. Know anyone who would benefit? Please pass it on!
Things to watch online
Videos up since my last newsthingie:
 - Me on Norwegian TV in Schrodinger's Katt 
 - Royal Institution's My Favourite Element
 - Holidaying on Mars for Headsqueeze
 - What is Common Metre? It's a mash-up! "Oh Little Town of Pokemon, they call the Rising Sun" with comedian Jay Foreman & geek guru Tom Scott
Coming soon, subscribe to see them first...
 - TEDxLSE, singing with my Voice of an Angle
 - 2nd series of You Have Been Warned on Discovery!
Other things you might like
Thanks to everyone who helped kickstart my first Songbook... I did get it made properly, and it's GORGEOUS! Buy it from Bandcamp or just head here to download some free songs.
I've donated a track to the PBH Free Fringe Benefit album, inspired by Robin Ince reading Guy M Smith's "Night of the Crabs". Support it on Bandcamp to help keep Edinburgh Fringe free for exciting new shows.
It's too late to get your gorgeous ScienceGrrl calendar (boo!) BUT you can join as a member to do good things (yey!) Help spread the real face of women in science to schools & young peoples. Just email them!
I'm doing other gigs around the UK, full list on the right, have a browse.

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Upcoming shows:
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15 Mar: "Ridiculous Baroque" on Afternoon on 3, BBC Radio 3

16 Mar: Sciencelele Singalong, Cambridge Science Festival

16 Mar: Full Frontal Nerdity, Cambridge Science Festival 

17 Mar: Master Flea musical with Mystery Fax Machine Orchestra

22 Mar: Full Frontal Nerdity, British Library 

23 Mar: Death Or Glory, comedy at Oxford Literary Festival

27 Mar: Ultimate Charity Stand Up Comedy Night, Good Ship, Kilburn

03 Apr: Ugly Animal Preservation Society, Edinburgh Science Festival

05 Apr: Festival of the Spoken Nerd, Edinburgh Science Festival

09 Apr: I'm A Neuroscientist, Get Me Out Of Here Final, Barbican Centre

16, 17 + 18 Apr: Festival of the Spoken Nerd, TECHNOBABBLE, Bloomsbury Theatre
2 May: All Of Your Internet Are Belong To Us, Pub on the Park, London Fields

9 May: Sitting Room Comedy, York
26 May: Geekatorium, Leicester Square Theatre 
7 Jun: British Humanist Association Conference, Leeds

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