where the everyday and the extraordinary live side by side

For the last two weeks, the JNR Sinstars have been working with the artists in residence at the Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge to explore new possibilities where the everyday and the extraordinary live side by side.  Home in the Service of Science has taken experimentation out of the laboratory and into the creation of an innovative public performance.  The JNRs have been working with local theatre company 30 bird , choreographer Pepa Ubera , and architect Torange Khonsari to help to bring the bring artists’ ideas to life.  The performance opens tonight at 6.00pm and runs until Sunday with a matinee, all at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Francis Crick Avenue, CB2 0QH.  Please click on the link to book tickets and for more information.

 

 

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