Although he may be a qualified mathematician, physicist and engineer, Matt Parker has ventured his way into comedy, selling out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and at comedy clubs up and down the country.
Matt currently works for the Mathematics Department at the Queen Mary University of London, where he often holds lectures on Maths and Physics. He has also conducted a number of talks for secondary school students.
Matt has also contributed articles to The Times and The Guardian as well as discussing his work on BBC Radio 4 and GMTV.
What the Clients Say:
Parker – a young Johnny Ball – introduces the show with the sort of improv game you won’t find the Comedy Store Players doing: giving the cube root of numbers selected by the audience. - Chortle
Certainly not just for maths geeks - Chortle
Wonderfully tangential at times and growing exponentially in terms of fascination - Three Weeks
Matt Parker does the funniest closed-loop complex integral routine I've ever seen. He'll have you rolling in the aisle like an infinitesimal disk of radius epsilon.- Simon Singh