A quantum physicist has mysteriously disappeared, leaving behind two mirrors, a strange machine, hallucinogenic drugs, and a diary filled with ramblings and Feynman diagrams. Interrogate the nuances of human identity in this interactive and immersive online performance. Using just a few simple props and ambient lighting, transform your room into an intimate theatrical space and prepare to explore the vast interpretations of reality.
Join creator Simon Watt for a post-performance discussion, along with psychologist Faye Skelton and physicist Clara Nellist.
Please note that bookings will close 24 hours before the workshop is due to start.
Suitable for ages 14+ with themes of suicide and mental illness.
Equipment you’ll need:
- a whiteboard marker or something that you can wipe off glass
- a computer or phone so you can use Zoom and interact with the visuals
- a chair
- a mirror
Simon Watt is a biologist, writer, science communicator, comedian and TV presenter. He performs through his “comedy with a conservation twist” show, The Ugly Animal Preservation Society.
Zoom is home to a host of digital workshops and events at this year’s Science Festival.
Spaces are limited so please make sure you purchase a ticket to attend.
Details of how to access the zoom workshops and events will be sent to you by email prior to the event.
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