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Neutrino archivePlaying to sell out audiences at the Edinburgh Festival 2001, NEUTRINO takes its name from a sub-atomic particle that is so small it is almost impossible to detect. The show makes the link between this almost invisible, yet essential part of every atom, and the possibility for wonder and beauty contained in even the smallest moments of human experience. Described by one audience member as being a cross between When Harry Met Sally and the Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy, NEUTRINO was lauded as 'coolly stylish...it s confidence is rare and not at all misplaced' (The Guardian). The Scotsman heralded it as 'a rare thing, a show that manages to hard hitting and lyrical; on the cutting edge and beautiful.' and awarded it a Fringe First Award. NEUTRINO consists of several interlinked and intercut narratives. One is a series of short lectures backed up by genuine scientific research on 'the nature of complexity in smallness'. Like most scientific studies, it is at once totally absurd and totally plausible. Intercut with the increasingly fantastical lecture is the story of four people on a train who, bizarrely, find more and more points where their lives overlap. This becomes an exploration of the nature of coincidence and ultimately, the interconnectedness of all things.
Performers Louisa Ashley, Clare Duffy, Liz Margree, Jon Spooner, Chris Thorpe.
Author Theatre Unlimited. Author Chris Goode. Producer Alexandra Gammie [Guy Chapman Associates]). Company Unlimited Theatre. Director Chris Goode. Director Jon Spooner. Lighting Tim Skelly. Design Alex Kelly.

Neutrino

Neutrino (Play) production archive for QTIX code T728116043. Details of all Neutrino archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01293492284

Archive Listings

8 May 02
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9 May 02
Metropolitan University
Leeds
West Yorkshire
2 May 02Acorn Arts Centre
Penzance
Cornwall
1 May 02Helford Theatre Truro College
Truro
Cornwall
22 Apr 02
to
27 Apr 02
Soho Theatre
Inner London
Greater London
19 Apr 02Phoenix Arts
Leicester
Leicestershire
17 Apr 02Live Theatre
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear
16 Apr 02The Roadmender
Northampton
Northamptonshire
19 Mar 02
to
20 Mar 02
Sheffield Theatres
Sheffield
South Yorkshire
18 Mar 02South Hill Park Arts Centre, Wilde Theatre
Bracknell
Berkshire
16 Mar 02Dorking Halls
Dorking
Surrey
15 Mar 02Old Town Hall Arts Centre
Hemel Hempstead
Hertfordshire
14 Mar 02Arts Depot
Outer London
Greater London
13 Mar 02Brighton Komedia
Brighton
East Sussex
11 Mar 02Cambridge Junction
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
2 Mar 02Prema Arts Centre
Dursley
Gloucestershire
1 Mar 02mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre
Birmingham
West Midlands
28 Feb 02West End Centre
Aldershot
Hampshire
19 Feb 02
to
23 Feb 02
Theatre Royal
Plymouth
Devon
15 Feb 02
to
16 Feb 02
Contact Theatre
Manchester
Greater Manchester
14 Feb 02Ashcroft Arts Centre
Fareham
Hampshire
13 Feb 02Studio Theatre
Inner London
Greater London
12 Feb 02Theatre in the Mill
Bradford
West Yorkshire
8 Feb 02Brewhouse
Burton-on-Trent
Staffordshire
7 Feb 02Arena Theatre
Wolverhampton
West Midlands

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