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Murderous Maths

Kjartan Poskitt

Jewish Book Week

Sun 3 Mar
Family

Murderous Maths

Kjartan Poskitt

Jewish Book Week

Kjartan Poskitt speaker

Join Kjartan Poskitt to discover the fun side of numbers and shapes, including weird tricks and games you can’t lose, and introducing the people who really did put the murder into maths. Kjartan’s Murderous Maths books have sold millions in over 30 countries; his hilarious maths show has been described by the TES as a routine ‘that has children in fits of laughter’.

He will be showing off his fabulous flexagons and how to make a pile of pennies as high as the sun, be using a bit of magical maths to make a dragon from a cinema ticket, and he can even make an infinitely big hole in a postcard!

Suitable for children ages 8+.


Kjartan Poskitt‘s Murderous Maths books have sold millions in over 30 countries, and over the last 20 years he has performed his hilarious maths shows all over the UK and Ireland.

Date & time:Sun 3 Mar – 3.30pm
Venue:Hall Two
Price:£14.50
+ £3 booking fee.

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