Wed 11 October 7.30pm
The Mackay, Bristol Grammar School, Elton Rd, Bristol, BS8 1SR
£10 / £8
Doctor Zeeman’s Catastrophe Machine, is the new stage production from award winning poet Martin Figura. He turns to international mathematics guru Sir Erik Christopher Zeeman’s iconic machine, the moon and photographs to shed light on these pressing questions and to help him sort out love, loss and when to let go.
With projections, machinery and sound by Andre Barreau, Karen Hall and Paul Finlay. Produced by Tilt and funded by Arts Council England, with support from Norwich Arts Centre and Writers’ Centre Norwich.
Helen Ivory is a poet, artist and creative writing tutor who has had four collections published with Bloodaxe Books.
Lucy English is a Reader in Creative Writing at Bath Spa University, has had three novels published by Fourth Estate and is best known as a performance poet, winning her first slam in 1996.