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Roxana Silbert in rehearsal

Why not make the most of your visit to A Life of Galileo and come to an events or exhibitions that have been specially created to enhance your experience at the theatre.

The Shakes Sphere Talks
Join us for two talks that bring together the brilliant minds of Shakespeare, Brecht and Galileo. Both discussions led by a panel of experts have been curated and chaired by Guardian journalist and broadcaster Carol Jahme. Tickets cost £6.
Ferguson Room, Swan Theatre, Saturday 9 and 23 February, 11am.
Book tickets online or phone 0844 800 1110

Director Talks
Join Roxana Silbert in conversation as she discusses bringing one of Brecht's most famous plays to life through a new translation. Tickets cost £5
Swan Theatre, Wednesday 6 February, 5.15 - 6pm
Book tickets online or phone 0844 800 1110

Free Post Show Talk Back
Stay on after the performance for this informal discussion with members of the acting company where you get the chance to ask the questions about the rehearsal process. There is no need to book for this event, just stay in your seats after the performance.
Swan Theatre, Thursday 7 March, after the evening performance

A World Elsewhere Exhibition
To accompany the trilogy of newly adapted international plays entitled A World Elsewhere, discover a new exhibition of selected photographs from Foto8 Gallery Summer show 2012. Combining various formats and different styles the exhibition poetically evokes other worlds; exploring people, places and communities from around the globe.
Swan Room, 10 November 2012 - 3 March 2013


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