Room 861 At Goodnights: Brian Malow

Get ready for a night of smart, geeky laughter with Science Comedian Brian Malow. His unique blend of comedy and science has been entertaining audiences from TEDx Berkeley to Los Alamos National Lab, and he’s made a name for himself as the go-to comedian for all things nerdy.

From his appearances on the Science Channel, the Weather Channel, and the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, to his interviews with Nobel laureates and young scientists, Brian has a talent for making science accessible and hilarious. His comedy has even been heard in some of the most unlikely places - from an orbiting space shuttle to a neutrino lab 2km underground.

A favorite of Neil deGrasse Tyson’s StarTalk Radio, Brian has also produced science videos for Time Magazine and been featured in the New York Times, SF Chronicle and Washington Post. He has even worked with NASA and the National Science Foundation, proving that his love for science is just as real as his comedy skills. You can currently see him on streaming platforms in the documentary "Science Friction" and it's easy to see why he's considered Earth's Premier Science Comedian (self-proclaimed).

Available for off-world appearances, if transportation is provided.

02/23/2023 8:30 PM
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Room 861 at GoodnightsGet ready for a night of smart, geeky laughter with Science Comedian Brian Malow. His unique blend of comedy and science has been entertaining audiences from TEDx Berkeley to Los Alamos National Lab, and he’s made a name for himself as the go-to comedian for all things nerdy.

From his appearances on the Science Channel, the Weather Channel, and the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, to his interviews with Nobel laureates and young scientists, Brian has a talent for making science accessible and hilarious. His comedy has even been heard in some of the most unlikely places - from an orbiting space shuttle to a neutrino lab 2km underground.

A favorite of Neil deGrasse Tyson’s StarTalk Radio, Brian has also produced science videos for Time Magazine and been featured in the New York Times, SF Chronicle and Washington Post. He has even worked with NASA and the National Science Foundation, proving that his love for science is just as real as his comedy skills. You can currently see him on streaming platforms in the documentary "Science Friction" and it's easy to see why he's considered Earth's Premier Science Comedian (self-proclaimed).

Available for off-world appearances, if transportation is provided.


WE'VE MOVED!

We are excited to welcome you to our new, permanent home in the Village District at 401 Woodburn Road! All shows beginning on January 17, 2023 will take place at our new venue.


Management reserves the right to prevent customers from entering the facility who they deem disruptive or dangerous to other patrons.


This show is 18+. Please note, there is a 2 item per person minimum in the showroom. The box office will open 1 hour before showtime for the first show of the night and approximately 15 minutes before the second show. On evenings when there is only one show, the box office will open 1 hour before showtime.



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Get ready for a night of smart, geeky laughter with Science Comedian Brian Malow. His unique blend of comedy and science has been entertaining audiences from TEDx Berkeley to Los Alamos National Lab, and he’s made a name for himself as the go-to comedian for all things nerdy.

From his appearances on the Science Channel, the Weather Channel, and the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, to his interviews with Nobel laureates and young scientists, Brian has a talent for making science accessible and hilarious. His comedy has even been heard in some of the most unlikely places - from an orbiting space shuttle to a neutrino lab 2km underground.

A favorite of Neil deGrasse Tyson’s StarTalk Radio, Brian has also produced science videos for Time Magazine and been featured in the New York Times, SF Chronicle and Washington Post. He has even worked with NASA and the National Science Foundation, proving that his love for science is just as real as his comedy skills. You can currently see him on streaming platforms in the documentary "Science Friction" and it's easy to see why he's considered Earth's Premier Science Comedian (self-proclaimed).

Available for off-world appearances, if transportation is provided.