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Why a Musical?
musical (noun): a stage, television or film production utilizing popular-style songs – dialogue optional – to tell a story
Blog Post By Sara Colman
I’ve had a secret love of musicals since I was a kid. Instead of doing my overdue homework, Fred and Ginger would fuel my procrastination by singing and dancing their way through my Sunday afternoons.
Continue reading “Sara Colman – The Hand That Feeds – Why a Musical?”
Who’s who in the team?
By Kate Cooper
Continue reading “The #StopFoodCrime THTF team – part one – Creatives”
Continue reading “#StopFoodCrime . . . Food Crime: The Musical! . . . 14th May . . .”
Continue reading “Narrativium III: A theatrical song cycle on food crime”
I’ve spent a fair bit of today sorting out the arrangements for the book launch on http://newoptimists.eventbrite.com.
Many of the scientists there, plus Jenny Uglow and editor Keith Richards. The BBC’s David Shukman will speak (providing there isn’t another volcano suddenly erupting or a galaxy or two crashing into each other). I’ve also commissioned the Ben Markland Quartet with singer Sara Colman
Continue reading “Organising the launch of The New Optimists”
I’ve just set up and tested the booking system for the celebration dinner to launch The New Optimists on 14th September, the opening day of the 2010 British Science Festival — go to http://newoptimists.eventbrite.com and reserve your place!
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