More Alpha Project dates coming soon!
Dates: 10th – 14th September 2011
DATE: 14th – 16th April 2011 10am – 8pm. Performances every half hour.
VENUE: Old Police Cells Museum, Brighton Town Hall, Brighton, BN1 1JA
DATE: 14th – 17th March 2011 12pm – 10pm. Performances every half hour.
VENUE: Black Gate, Castle Garth, Newcastle, NE1 1RQ
TICKETS: £6 available from www.newcastlesciencefest.co.uk
VENUE: The Coachwerks, Hollingdean Road, Brighton
DATE: 12noon – 10pm, 18th May 2010
VENUE: Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI), Manchester
DATE & TIME: Sat 23rd October 10am – 9pm, Sun 24th October 10am – 5pm, Mon 25th October 10am, – 5pm
DATE & TIME: Sat 30th October & Sun 31st October, Sat 6th & Sun 7th November 12noon – 10pm
VENUE: Greenwich Dance Agency
To find out more contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
THE ALPHA PROJECT – PARTNERS
PROFESSOR RICHARD WISEMAN – MAGIC CONSULTANT, SUMMERLAND & THE ALPHA PROJECT
Professor Richard Wiseman is an award-winning author, magician and psychologist. Prof Wiseman started his working life as an award-winning
magician and was one of the country’s youngest members of the Magic Circle. He is Professor of the Public Understanding of Psychology at The University of Hertfordshire. He has written over 60 academic articles and several books, including the best-selling Luck Factor and Quirkology. He has spoken at the Royal Institute, Royal Society, and the Royal Television Society and regularly appears in the media including appearances BBC2’s ‘Horizon’, BBC1’s ‘The Human Mind’, Radio 4’s ‘Start the Week’, ‘Midweek’ and the ‘Today Programme’. He is listed as a ‘must follow’ scientist by The Celebrity Twitter Directory, his daily blog attracts thousands of visitors, and he helped create Telepath – a mind-reading psychological app for the iphone. Most recently, the Independent on Sunday listed Prof Wiseman as one of the top 100 people who make Britain a better place to live.
“On 1 April 2010, we launched an important new Artist Development programme, designed to support emerging artists or companies to develop the skills needed to turn their fledgling vision into reality. Giving the participants access to our well-equipped theatre and the experience of our staff in areas as diverse as production, marketing and fundraising, the programme is designed to support them as they make the often daunting transition from new script to magical play, dream concept to winning funding pitch or cutting edge score to fully-fledged musical…the next 12 months will be an exciting time for this exciting young company.”