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In 17th century Italy Galileo has just been appointed Chief Mathematician and Philosopher to the Grand Duke of Tuscany. He is the most famous scientist and revered thinker of his generation. But what if his ideas challenge the faith of ordinary men and the power of the church? The epic struggle between two great men who changed history is a revealing and original exploration of the way science, belief and politics shape our lives.Performers David Troughton, Ken Bones, David Acton, David Beames, Eric Carte, Edward Clayton, Stuart Goodwin, Sean Hannaway, Graham Ingle, Alexandra Moen, Charlie Simpson, Giles Taylor, James Tucker.
Author Richard N Goodwin. Producer Yvonne Arnaud Theatre. Director Edward Hall. Design Francis O'Connor. Lighting Ben Ormerod.
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