Robin Ince - The Importance of Being Interested (Book Launch)

Join author and comedian Robin Ince as he celebrates the launch of his latest book The Importance of Being Interested.
Robin will be on a nationwide bookshop tour and we proud to see him starting in Our Bookshop.
Tickets include a glass of something bubbly (or a soft drink for drivers).

Date Thursday 7th October 2021
Time 7:30 PM
Doors Open 7:00 PM
Venue Our Bookshop

Ticket and Signed Book - pick up on the night are sold out or you have reached the maximum order quantity.

Ticket only (no book) are sold out or you have reached the maximum order quantity.

'A delightful and scintillating hymn to science.' Carlo Rovelli

Robin Ince B&W - 700.jpgComedian Robin Ince quickly abandoned science at school, bored by a fog of dull lessons and intimidated by the barrage of equations. But, twenty years later, he fell in love and he now presents one of the world's most popular science podcasts. Every year he meets hundreds of the world's greatest thinkers.

In this erudite and witty book, Robin reveals why scientific wonder isn't just for the professionals. Filled with interviews featuring astronauts, comedians, teachers, quantum physicists, neuroscientists and more - as well as charting Robin's own journey with science - The Importance of Being Interested explores why many wrongly think of the discipline as distant and difficult. From the glorious appeal of the stars above to why scientific curiosity can encourage much needed intellectual humility, this optimistic and profound book will leave you filled with a thirst for intellectual adventure.


Robin is the co-creator and presenter of the BBC Radio 4 show The Infinite Monkey Cage, which has won multiple awards including the Sony Gold and Rose d'or. In 2019 he played to over a quarter of a million people with Brian Cox on their world tour which has put them in the Guinness Book of Records for the most tickets sold for a science show. He is author of I'm a Joke and So Are You and also won Celebrity Mastermind but forgot that calcium was the dominant element of chalk. He is currently trying to invent an effective satnav for people who believe the world is flat.


You can buy / order additional signed copies of Robin's book by clicking here