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The worlds of academia and theatre are set to collide in a very interesting project, Performing Research, taking place on Monday evenings from Monday 1st February through to Monday 7th March, in the Culture Lab at Newcastle University. It’s theatre makers Cap-a-Pie who bring it all together, showing drama can be useful in a variety of contexts and bringing the ideas of Newcastle University’s researchers to life.

With each Performing Research event focusing on a different area, including the science of human cells, migratory birds and even the plight of the arctic tern, there’s lots of fascinating information presented in a truly unique way. The idea is to unlock and examine research ideas, and utilise their full potential, through interactive insights into fascinating subject matter.

With Cap-a-Pie and Newcastle University working together since 2012 to fire up new interest in academic research, those in attendance are in very safe hands. It’s totally free too, you’d merely need to register your place at cap-a-pie.co.uk and be prepared to bring your open mind and a willingness to take part, and you’re set to be part of a very special event.

Performing Research takes place from Monday 1st February on Monday evenings through until Monday 7th March.

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