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The Element in The Room – The Civic, Barnsley

Writer: John Hinton Director: Daniel Goldman Reviewer: Ray Taylor This show is subtitled A Radioactive Musical Comedy about the Death and Life of Marie Curie and is one of what the Tangram Theatre Company call their "scientrilogy", the other two shows being about Charles Darwin and Albert Einstein. Premiering at the Edinburgh Fringe, writer John Hinton has an obvious passion ...

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The Element in the Room – The Old Joint Stock Theatre, Birmingham

Writer: John Hinton Director: Daniel Goldman Reviewer: James Garrington The Element in the Room is a madcap, slightly absurd and very funny “Radioactive Musical Comedy about the Death and Life of Marie Curie!” This is a very informative and educational piece of theatre, but certainly nothing like an average science lesson. For example, John Hinton plays Marie Curie. His wife, ...

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Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking – Old Joint Stock Theatre, Birmingham

Writer: John Hinton Director: Daniel Goldman Reviewer: Selwyn Knight There can’t be many theatre productions that are peer reviewed by physicists; there’s at least one: Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking from Tangram Theatre. John Hinton plays Albert Einstein, ostensibly giving a lecture on his appointment to the Institute of Advanced Study in 1933 after Einstein was forced to leave Germany following ...

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Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking – Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh

Writer: John Hinton Director: Daniel Goldman Reviewer: Anna Ambelez [Rating:5] “Imagination is more important than knowledge” said Einstein, and Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speakinghas both. Opening in 1933, it follows Einstein’s life in America, where, having escaped from Nazi Germany, he takes you through the development of his theory of relativity and life. Hinton greets the audience as Einstein, he also ...

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