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ThisEgg: Me and My Bee at Ovalhouse

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Time 14:00
Date 29/05/18
Price £10

Multi award-winning theatre company, ThisEgg, invites you to save the world - one bee at a time, in this imaginative piece of comic theatre charged with vitality and immediacy.

Running from: Tue 29 May - Sat 02 Jun.

Climate change is massive. bees aren't.

Our fuzzy little friends need our help so ThisEgg are launching a political party disguised as a party party disguised as a show, packed with live music, dancing and games.

A new comedy for children and adults alike. Plant the seed for change, join the Bee Party. Before it’s too late...

Winner of the Les Enfants Terribles Stepladder AWARD 2017.

★★★★ "a riotous, cleverly constructed and hilarious family show" - The Stage
★★★★ "clever, often hilarious and always interesting – see the show, save the world."  - The List
★★★★ "completely in awe" - A Younger Theatre
★★★★ The Scotsman
★★★★ Three Weeks
★★★★ Edinburgh Festival For Kids
“A rarity… deliciously eccentric” - Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

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COMPETITION: Win 1x pair of tickets to attend ThisEgg: Me and My Bee at Ovalhouse at 14:00 on Thursday 31 May. To enter the competition, send an email to vienna@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ line. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: According to Feb. 15 issue of The Journal of Experimental Biology, Honeybees make out faces the same way we do. They take parts, like eyebrows, lips, and ears and cobble them together to make out the whole face. It’s called “configural processing,” and it might even help computer scientists improve face recognition technology. Fancy that! But that's not the question. The question is, which stingless bee feeds on rotting meat rather than pollen or nectar?
A: .1) Vulture Bees .2) Sweat Bees .3) Blueberry Bees .4) Squash Bees