|Title: ||Doors opening ... doors closing|
|Citation: ||Doors opening, doors closing by Carol Clewlow (2011) Operating Theatre [Newcastle University, 17th March 2011]|
|Issue Date: ||Mar-2011 |
|Additional Links: ||http://operatingtheatre.org.uk/plays_doors_opening.html|
|Abstract: ||A play for 4 actors.|
This play, Operating Theatre’s latest, takes a look at health from the perspective of travel, set in a carriage on the Tyneside Metro, it features four widely differing characters - a female student, a cycle enthusiast, a pensioner and a radio traffic reporter - who, when their service is held up find themselves debating the whole question of the effect of jammed roads, inadequate bus and train services on the nation’s health. Funded by Newcastle University as part of its engagement strategy, the play was written for the UK Transport Research Centre’s two-day Social Impacts and Social Equity Issues in Transport: Transport and Health Workshop held in Newcastle in March 2011.
|Exhibition: ||Performance 17th March 2011, Newcastle University.|
|Appears in Collections: ||Performing Arts|
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