Taliesin Live - Swansea Science Festival
"A Star Over Burma"
A story of hope, family relationships and the power of science to change lives. By Rhodri Hugh Thomas
As part of the Swansea Science Fringe Festival
"LIVE RADIO RECORDING"
From humble beginnings in South Wales, Carol Evans becomes a leading NASA scientist. Her own daughter becomes the biologist on the first Martian colony. The roots of these achievements lie buried in the jungles of Burma where Carol’s father endured six months in a prisoner of war work camp. This story of parent-child relationships explores why we do science, the symbolism of the Apollo moon landings and the future of the human race. This will be a script-in-hand performance of a play for audio. You will be able to see how experienced radio actors perform for the microphone.
Running time: 55mins (to be followed by a post-show discussion).
Friday 1 November 7.30pm
Prices and Times:
Fri 1st Nov
|Full price:||£ 5|
|Under 18's:||£ 5|
|Full time students:||£ 5|
|Other Conc.:||£ 5|