Multi-award-winning science-singer-songwriter John Hinton hasn’t just got one answer, he’s got twenty-six – one for each letter of the alphabet – and he’s turned them all into comedy song. He’s accompanied on his journey through all things human by the Imaginaut – a digital avatar who has his own ideas about how the show should run, and is determined to let the audience have their say about which songs are heard and in what order.
John is the writer and performer of musical comedies about Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein and Marie Curie, all of which have previously toured with Applause, and has also created several previous Ensonglopedias on different themes. The show is peer reviewed by scientists, healthcare professionals and academics. Suitable for all humans old enough to think and laugh at the same time. “John Hinton is an absolute joy… This guy could get anyone interested in science” – Adelaide Theatre Guide “Ensonglopedia of the Human is a magical show, wonderfully performed by Hinton… with an energy that the Duracell Bunny would be envious of” – four stars, The Reviews Hub
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