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Festival of The Spoken Nerd: review

Geeky comedy provides statistically significant laughter.

Elaine Downs, The Wee Review, 6th December 2018

Live comedy DVDs to fill those Christmas stockings

Some last-minute Christmas ideas as we round-up a bunch of live comedy DVD releases.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 18th December 2017

You Can't Polish A Nerd review

The show concluded with a fantastic finale, which combined green screens, the Droste Effect and Escher paintings.

Georgia Grace, The Badger, 14th November 2017

Festival of the Spoken Nerd review

Gleeful giddy fun with the peerless - and peer reviewed - science trio.

Andrew Allen, The Latest, 6th November 2017

Festival of the Spoken Nerd review

Overall this was a good, entertaining show: it's certainly clever, although not as funny as it thinks it is but it is still a good night out. You don't have to be a nerd to enjoy it but it certainly would help.

Matt Forrest, The Reviews Hub, 24th October 2017

Helen Arney: how to see sounds

Pause, take some time out, and discover the eye-opening, ear-opening world of seeing sound.

Helen Arney, The Big Issue, 21st August 2015

Interview: Steve Mould, Matt Parker and Helen Arney

A chat with Festival of the Spoken Nerd.

Alice Carr, Fresh Fringe, 11th August 2015

Helen Arney interview

The science comedy trio, Festival of the Spoken Nerd, return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with a brand new show and this time they're off the chart. Lady nerd, Helen Arney attempts to talk Just For Graphs to our resident idiot, Martin Walker.

Martin Walker, Broadway Baby, 10th July 2015