The Edinburgh Science Festival is fast approaching (5th – 20th April in fact).
It is some time since I have been but well worth it every time I have gone (whether as speaker or visitor). A perfect way to spend some of your Easter holiday in fact.
So let me plug – mercilessly and without shame – the fact that the truly superb Y-Touring theatre company are putting on six performances of their quite brilliant play ‘Hungry.’ Y-Touring have built up an international reputation for producing plays of the highest standard that help young people understand and grapple with the medical and scientific dilemmas of our day.
‘Hungry’ a comedy by acclaimed playwright Sarah Daniels, tells the story of two very different UK families whose lives are interlinked, exploring the themes of under nutrition, diabetes, obesity and the recent debate around sugary drinks. It couldn’t be more topical given the evidence of the Chief Medical Officer
I really do recommend that you go if you can. Details as follows and bookings can be made here.
Dates: From Thu 10 Apr – Sat 12 Apr
Times: 1.00pm, 3.00pm
Event Type: Science Festival Families
Price: £5 / £4
Here’s what one young punter said about the play:
“ It was truly amazing. We all thought we was going to watch a boring science play about the digestive system, but we were honestly so impressed. The storyline and actors were just amazing.” Nicole, Yr 11, Chadwell heath Academy
And here are some more reviews from those that know about these things.
I challenge you not to go!
Third – we never did get that drink – do you want to try and rearrange