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ENSONGLOPEDIA

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Welcome to the homepage of the Ensonglopedia project! Use the buttons along the top to navigate the site.

Ensonglopedia is a company that makes educational music shows, run by science communicator and theatre maker John Hinton. The first show in the series, Ensonglopedia of Science, launched in February 2017, and has a song about science for each letter of the alphabet. The second show, Ensonglopedia of Animals, has recently been granted Arts Council funding, and will launch in April 2018. Here are some music videos of songs in Ensonglopedia of Science:

  

Ensonglopedia of Science is currently on tour throughout the UK (and Ensonglopedia of Animals will be soon). This website contains lyrics, videos and audio from the existing show. The project is the brainchild of John Hinton, creator of the multi-award-winning 'Scientrilogy' of musical comedies:

First, he was Charles Darwin…
John Hinton as Charles Darwin

The Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection or the Survival of (R)Evolutionary Theories in the face of Scientific and Ecclesiastical objections: being a Musical Comedy about Charles Darwin (1089-1882)

"Remarkably inventive, thoroughly entertaining… Must See" - The Stage

"John Hinton is an absolute joy...You can't help thinking: this guy could get anyone interested in science" - ★★★★ Adelaide Theatre Guide


Then, he was Albert Einstein...

Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking

"Here's a treasure...something close to brilliance" - ★★★★★ Libby Purves, The Times

"The clearest - and certainly the funniest - explanation of relativity I know" - John Lloyd (creator of QI)

John Hinton as Albert Einstein
Next, he was Marie Curie...
John Hinton as Marie Curie

The Element in the Room: A Radioactive Musical Comedy about the Death and Life of Marie Curie

"Utterly accessible and engaging on multiple levels... I was tickled and unexpectedly touched” - ★★★★ Donald Hutera, The Times

“Science and art could not be happier together" – ★★★★★ The Barefoot Review, Adelaide

Now he’s just plain old John.

But he’s still singing silly songs about science…

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