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'Isaac's Eye' in the Museum

last modified Jun 23, 2017 10:48 AM
All are welcome to a free staged reading of Lucas Hnath's play 'Isaac's Eye' in the Whipple Museum on Wednesday 14 June, 5-7pm, picking up a theme from our current 'Staging the History of Science' display.

The Whipple Museum is hosting a free staged reading of Isaac's Eye, a play by Lucas Hnath, on Wednesday 14 June from 17.00 - 19.00, in connection with the Library's current 'Staging the History of Science' book display, prepared by HPS MPhil students Julia Ostmann and Alona Bach.

All are welcome, and the Whipple Library will be open from 16.30 - 17.00 for attendees to view the display. Please come to the Library entrance and staff will be glad to show you where to go.

Isaac's Eye synopsis:

When young Isaac Newton meets the great Robert Hooke - the most famous and powerful scientist in Britain - the resulting battle of intellects and egos pulses with wit, humour and tension.

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd.

Free. Please arrive on time.


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