Ever wondered who Albert Einstein really was? Have you ever wanted to travel back in time or find out what happens in a black hole or how they made the atom bomb?
Tangram Theatre’s new show will answer all your questions.
Albert Einstein: Relatively Speaking will be at Leadenham village hall on Sunday October 12 from 7.30pm. For tickets call 01400 272835.
Combining songs, clowning and proper explanations of the science behind his theories and revelations into the man’s personal life, Tangram Theatre present an entertaining answer to all you wanted to know about Einstein.
○ Isosceles Theatre Company presents Yours Truly, Jack The Ripper at Sleaford Playhouse on October 18 at 7.30pm.
Performed by Pat Abernethy and Dave Marsden, this drama looks at the case of five women brutally murdered in 1888 in East London, but the killer was never caught.
It is viewed through the eyes of the retiring Commissioner of Metropolitan Police on the day of the final murder, recounting events, their political and social effects, words of actual witnesses and music from the period.
Tickets at £10 and £9 conc: www.sleafordplayhouse.co.uk or from Chattertons Solicitors, 5 Market Street, Sleaford.