Join us for a representation of life and death, creation and destruction, and the importance of living life in the present in a production by Infinite Opera – Entanglement! An Entropic Tale.
Daniel Blanco Albert: Composer
Roxanne Korda: Librettist
Deeply connected, Electron and Positron long to touch but doing so would mean their annihilation. Guided by the nihilistic and reckless Entropy, their search for identity and meaning leads to black holes, parallel universes, encounters with the laws of physics – and ultimately the end of the universe as we know it. Based on current concepts from particle physics, Entanglement! An Entropic Tale is a cosmic exploration of life and death, creation and destruction, and the importance of living life in the present.
This event takes place at the Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts, from 7.30pm – 9:30pm, Tuesday 27 November 2018.
This new opera presents a contemporary vision of physics including Gravitational Waves, Parallel Universes, Black Holes and Hawking Radiation.
First performed at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire’s Opening Festival, the opera has been described as “the Romeo and Juliet of particle physics”.
Please join us before the performance at 7pm for an introductory presentation by Professor Gerardo Adesso, School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Nottingham.
The performance will also be followed by a Q&A panel session with Professor Gerardo Adesso (School of Mathematical Sciences), Professor Philip Moriarty (School of Physics and Astronomy), Ms Roxanne Korda (Infinite Opera), Mr Daniel Blanco Albert (Infinite Opera) plus moderator, Timothy Rushby (Lakeside Arts).
£10 (£8 concessions, £7 restricted view).
Suitable for ages 12+.
Find out more and book tickets at the Lakeside Arts website.