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London theatre teaches visitors how to split an atom for nuclear fission – Iranians just £6 entry

by | 26th, February 2012

PSSST! Want to learn how to make a nuclear bomb? Visiting Iranians are invited to head to North London’s Tricycle Theatre, where “Nicolas Kent directs his final season, a festival of plays, films, talks, discussions, and exhibitions all about the Nuclear Bomb“.

In the theatre, THE BOMB – a partial history, a political history of the Nuclear Bomb and its proliferation from 1940 to the present day, will run concurrently with the festival. THE BOMB is presented in two parts: FIRST BLAST and SECOND BLAST, and can be seen over two nights or on an afternoon and evening over the weekend.

The show features a talk by an expert:

A talk given by Dr. Julian F. Kelly, nuclear fuel developer and former nuclear non-proliferation analyst for the Australian Defence Department. He will explain the basics of harnessing energy from nuclear fission (splitting the atom), and he will tackle the topic of the future of nuclear energy in civil and military use. £6 (£5 conc).

Six quid to learn how to make a nuclear bomb? Or £20,000 to look up dresses? London has courses to suit them all…



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