Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium | Edmonton, Alberta
Who could have ever thought that science could be so aesthetically pleasing? Indeed, it can be exquisite, especially when it comes to astronomy. For this reason, Professor Brian Cox has put together a spectacular show, and he is bringing it to eager science fanatics across North America! This year, Professor Brian Cox is going on tour with Horizons: A 21st Century Space Oddysey, and he’s making a stop at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium on Friday, 3rd June 2022! Horizons is a show like no other as Cox discusses the infinite universe and the significance of life in the cosmos. The show will be a cinematic journey across space and time as Cox will show breathtaking images of massive black holes, exoplanets, and far-away galaxies! If you’re a science fanatic, you better hurry and get your tickets now!
Professor Brian Cox currently holds the Guinness World record for most tickets sold for a science show. His lectures are so engaging that regular people who may be nonchalant in the beginning will end up being science enthusiasts. Horizons: A 21st Century is taking a tour across North America to educate, excite, and enlighten the audience. For this show, Cox will discuss the Big Bang, quantum theories, planetary science, the vast, eternal universe, and so on. Aside from science, he will also delve into art, philosophy, and music.
During this event, Cox will utilize state-of-the-art LED to display high-resolution images – indeed, it will be like traveling through space and time from the safety of your seat in Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium!
Cox is a renowned astrophysicist, author, musician, host, and narrator. He is currently teaching particle physics at the University of Manchester. Moreover, Cox helped develop the famed ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. He has also co-written several science books, including Quantum Universe and Why does E=mc2?
Cox has also hosted several BBC science programs, such as Wonders of the Universe, Wonders of the Solar System, and Wonders of Life. Since 2009, Cox has co-hosted a radio science program in BBC Radio 4 called The Infinite Monkey Cage with award-winning comedian Robin Ince.
With his many accomplishments, surely, no one more qualified than Professor Brian Cox in hosting a larger-than-life live science show. Horizons: 21st Century Space Oddysey tour is making 34 stops across the U.S. and Canada. Robin Ince from the Infinite Monkey Cage will also co-host this much-anticipated event.