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By
Tom Morton-Smith
Directed by
Helen Parry

About the play

It’s 1939 and J Robert Oppenheimer is an influential and charismatic physicist devoted to understanding the building blocks of the universe. But as Fascism spreads across Europe, his work becomes intertwined with that of the American military. Tom Morton-Smith’s play examines the moment when science and politics collide giving us a remarkable picture of the father of the atomic bomb.

Dates and Tickets Prices

Online advance booking price: £7.50
On the door: £10.00
Doors usually open 10/15 minutes before

  • 17th October at 7.30pm
  • 18th October at 7.30pm
  • 19th October at 7.30pm
  • 20th October at 3.00pm

Cast

Venue

ALRA academy of live & recorded arts ALRA North
Mill at the Pier,
Trencherfield Mill
Wigan, Greater Manchester
WN3 4BF 
01942 821021


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ALRA academy of live & recorded arts ALRA North
Mill at the Pier,
Trencherfield Mill
Wigan, Greater Manchester
WN3 4BF 


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