Count Binface To Make West End Debut

Count Binface To Make West End Debut

Count Binface is set to make their West End Debut in An Evening of Unnecessary Detail by Festival of the Spoken Nerd. The show will take palce at the Cambridge Theatre (where Matilda is on) for one night only on 20th November. 

First the Magnet Leisure Centre Maidenhead, then HBO, Glastonbury, and now London's glittering West End...

Count Binface (previously Lord Buckethead) is known for standing as a candidate for Uxbridge and South Ruislip in the 2019 general election against prime minister Boris Johnson, and standing in the 2021 London mayoral election, where he placed 9th – he will be giving his detailed intergalactic manifesto for Britain in this once in a lifetime bill of acts. 

He appears alongside award winning stand-up comedian Yuriko Kotani; quantum physicist Mithuna Yoganathan, medical physicist with a penchant for taking internal selfies Yolanda Ohene; Zoologist, TV presenter and author of B*tch Lucy Cooke, “No Such Thing As A Fish” podcast host and author Dan Schreiber; plus a rare UK appearance from Grant Sanderson aka 3Blue1Brown, the US maths youtuber followed by 5.5 million+ subscribers – all supported by “Molly O’Gorman and the Firebrands” – a 5-part vocal ensemble created specially for this show. Plus the core Festival of the Spoken Nerd Team: Helen ArneyMatt Parker and Steve Mould.  

Count Binface says: ”I am over the moon and several planets to be making my West End debut at this amazing show. I might be an 8-foot-tall alien space warrior from planet Sigma IX, but seeing as I'm also officially London's 9th choice to be mayor, it feels very much like a hometown gig. Expect honesty (unlike the Tories), policies (unlike Labour), and Ceefax. I can't wait!”

Helen Arney of Festival of the Spoken Nerd says “It’s a one in a million chance that a West End theatre would host a lesson in quantum physics, a singing MRI machine, a guide to menopausal killer whales and a political alien (literally) all on the same night. We’re here to turn that 0.000001 probability into a big fat 1 with An Evening Of Unnecessary Detail, and we cannot wait to share it with the Cambridge Theatre audience”

Tickets and more info here.



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