In case the news skimmed passed you, the renowned British physician and science broadcaster Dr Michael Mosley is bringing his live show Wonders of the Human Body to Perth Concert Hall next Saturday – and tickets are selling fast.

The science darling of ABC TV and SBS, Mosley has made his name in shows such as Trust Me I’m A Doctor, Dr Michael Mosley’s Reset, Inside the Human Body, and Food – Delicious Science.

On a national tour throughout September, Wonders of the Human Body will be a trip through all the facets of what makes us tick, how to keep yourself in good shape, and an eye-opening discovery on how to live in the modern world – a place of perpetual distraction and temptation.

At the prospect of heading Down Under Mosley said, “I love coming to Australia and I’m looking forward to meeting lots of new people as well as catching up with some familiar faces from my last tour.”

With lots of fabulous footage from Michael’s adventures, the live show also includes a Q&A where fans will be able to submit questions for Michael to answer on the night.

Wonders of the Human Body takes place on Saturday 28 September at Perth Concert Hall. Limited tickets are available here.


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