State of Nature Review

January 06, 2011 {REL[131][news_related_project]3jaqeajpREL}

Review in the British Medical Journal.


THE SHOW MUST GO ON! ‘State of Nature’ goes ahead despite flooding

November 19, 2010 {REL[113][news_related_project]3jaqeajpREL}

The resilient cast and crew of a play intended for the Eden Project this week are carrying on with their work despite being cut off by two landslides on Wednesday. After flash floods enveloped southern Cornwall, St Austell and Par and the surrounding area suffered terrible damage, not only to property; but in some cases threatening lives.

After a year of planning and four weeks’ rehearsal, the cast and crew of the play ‘State of Nature’ by Simon Turley were looking forward to the opening night. Suddenly, it had to be cancelled as the Eden Project was hit by a momentous rainfall. Despite this, the team will not be deterred by the extreme weather conditions. Matching the resilience of the local inhabitants, who are already picking themselves up after this shock flooding, the members of the Theatrescience company have decided that the show must go on, despite all the challenges that lie ahead.


Countdown to Eden

October 13, 2010 :: Related project: Not My Fault

The countdown to Eden is on, with our full cast and crew for ‘State of Nature’ on board and ready to start rehearsals on Monday.


Wowing the crowds at Eden, and bringing our new plays off the page

August 12, 2010 :: Related project: Not My Fault

It’s been an exciting summer so far for ‘Not My Fault’, with development of all three plays continuing apace, and an excellent turnout for Ridgeway School’s performance in the Eden Project’s Mediterranean Biome.


Theatrescience investigates ‘Darwin in India’

July 22, 2010 :: Related project: Darwin In India

‘Darwin In India’ - a ‘script in progress’ by Jeff Teare addressing the impact of Darwinian theory on Indian scientific and intellectual practice – had its first public reading at the National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS) on 30 June.


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