The Ethics of Progress

Leeds graduates, Unlimited Theatre, will be coming back to campus on 25 March to perform their show 'The Ethics of Progress', developed in collaboration with the School of Physics and Astronomy.

The show will form part of the University's 'Make Some Noise!' programme of public engagement activities and is being part-funded by the Access and Community Engagement office.

Billed as a "mind-melting, jargon-free, whistle-stop tour of leading edge quantum physics", this thought-provoking one-man show resulted from collaboration between Leeds alumni and researchers at the University.  It has been performed to high acclaim around the world.

Having enjoyed rave reviews, the show brings complex scientific ideas to general audiences and is an excellent example of researchers and practitioners working together for maximum engagement and impact.

The performance will take place:

On:  25 March 2013

At:   5.15-7.00pm

In:   Centenary Gallery, Parkinson Court

The performance is free, but places must be booked by emailing Patricia Gray.

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