Fresh from the Edinburgh Festival, The Element in The Room is a comedy based around the life story of Marie Curie, performed by Tangram Theatre Company.
Marie Curie’s story is a tale of of glowing powders with extraordinary powers, lives saved and destroyed, and unparalleled achievements in the face of unbelievable odds.
Join us for an adventurous musical-comedy-road-movie that follows Marie’s real-life journey across the USA to collect a single gram of radium to continue her research.
Featuring incredible scientific breakthroughs, very silly songs and an audience-participation radioactive decay chain, this is an exuberant celebration of the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, whose work continues to affect our lives today.
The Element in the Room… is the final installment of Tangram Theatre Companies, comedy musical trilogy and premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer.
Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to see this performance, it will be one to remember!
Directed by Daniel Goldman
Performed by John Hinton and Jo Eagle
Music by John Hinton and Jo Eagle
Where: Nucleus Arts Centre, 272 High Street, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4BP
When: Saturday the 21st November 2015
Doors at 7pm
Performance starts at 7.30pm
The venue has full disabled access.
The cafe/bar will be open on the night.
The performance will be followed by a Q&A with the performers.
In collaboration with Applause Rural Touring and Ideas Test.