Written by Alex Robins | + Q&A
Thu 01 Jan 1970
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‘And we’re running. Sprinting. Darting toward the light – and the sound.’
Fireworks is an experimental piece of new writing exploring the dichotomy of whether the connections we make in life form through fate, or are random events in a chaotic universe. Paralleling two narratives in two timelines, this is a story about love, faith and the science behind CERNs Large Hadron Collider.
Written by Alex Robins
Directed by Jack Bradfield
Performed by Gráinne O’Mahony and James Murphy Stevens
Developed with support from Theatre Royal Plymouth, Plymouth University and Down Stage Write.
Following the performance there will be a Q&A with writer Alex Robins, the cast and a member of Plymouth University’s Mathematical Sciences group. The Q&A will last approx 15-20 minutes.
Age recommendation: 14+ | Strong language + drug use