Award-winning Podcast 'No Such Thing As A Fish' in Belgium
Fact-filled live show coming to Antwerp on 4 June
Monday, February 18, 2019 — No Such Thing As A Fish, the wildly successful podcast derived from the legendary BBC quiz QI, will bring their live show to Arenberg Antwerp on the 4th of June. The geekishly funny researchers behind the show present the most bizarre, extraordinary and hilarious facts known to man. For press requests and interviews, contact Azra: email@example.com or +32476/420 121.
Audio is the next big thing - a bold statement that has been proven right by the many booming podcasts. Some of these beloved auditory shows are even touring the world with a full on stage production. One of those podcasts is No Such Thing As A Fish, and they are bringing their live show to Belgium. This award-winning British podcast gets 1.5 million downloads a week. It has become a much-loved and much-acclaimed international phenomenon, with fans including Tim Minchin and Lieven Scheire. Now the live show will finally be in Belgium for the first time, performing at Arenberg Antwerp on 4 June 2019.
No Such Thing As A Fish is a podcast by the research team behind the popular BBC quiz QI. In weekly 40-minute episodes, they present the most extraordinary facts they came across that week. The QI-Elves, as these brilliant researchers are called, came up with the idea of a podcast, because too many of the facts in the QI office kept going to waste. In their podcast, they gather around a microphone and they talk and joke about bizarre and obscure knowledge.
The team, consisting of Dan Schreiber, Andrew Hunter Murray, Anna Ptaszynski and James Harkin, have performed live around the world, including sold out shows at London's West End and the Sydney Opera House. The stage show will feature a performance of a live, un-edited and unscripted podcast, as well as a first half in which the team will talk about the most hilarious things they've come across in the last few months. There will be facts, jokes and tall tales about octopus genitals, Charles Darwin's bassoon, and potentially everything in-between.
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