In a first for the Duke's Theatre, they have combined their Junior Young Actors and Over 55s PrimeTime group for 12 workshops to develop a special piece exploring the passage of time in our lives.
Supported by the Institute of Physics, the theatre has worked with physicists from Lancaster University to embed theories of gravity, entropy and time in the piece, and will appeal to those from arts and science backgrounds equally - with the ultimate aim of widening participation and increasing collaboration between the two.
Register here to attend this free performance. Don't be put off by the earlier events specific to teachers, the performance itself it open to everyone so bring along family and friends, and register for the "Performance and Panel Discussion only" ticket.
Following the performance, join the participating organisations in a discussion of how the tools and techniques can be used in schools and community theatres to work with new audiences - from young people who have negative stereotypes of who physicists are to those who don't normally see education as an option for them at all.
Science communication expert - Dr Marieke Navin
Physicist - Dr Konstantinos Dimopoulos from Lancaster University
Widening Participation Expert - Leanne Bates, Assistant Head of UK Student Recruitment and Outreach
Chair - Hannah Renshall, Institute of Physics (North West)
How do I attend?
ANYONE can join us for free by registering here! Whilst we would like to welcome anyone and everyone to the performance, earlier sessions are being put on for teachers so don't be put off when following the link - simply ignore the text and go straight to the green "Register" button on the right hand side and select the option of "Performance and Panel Discussion only" ticket.
Too far from Lancaster? Watch live on Twitter by following @dt_teachnet instead!