IMPROVING HEALTH THROUGH COMPELLING DRAMA
‘Incredibly moving… ’ Jane Cummings, Chief Nursing Officer, England
‘Really powerful..’ Ann Chivers, Chief Executive, British Institute of Learning Disability
Very thought-provoking’ Lisa Molloy, Disability Partnership
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The race is on for the Golden Key, the tool which will revolutionise the treatment of human disease, diagnosing more quickly and efficiently, establishing what drugs will work and what will not, eradicating error. PNN have been working on Apogee for the last twenty years. Now they believe they’re ready.
But with an important press conference coming up, disagreements about the future of Apogee have started to surface. Important and difficult decisions need to be made. Who will get the Key? Who should it be given to? Who will benefit and who will not?
Thanks to all those that joined us for the screening and panel discussion of the short film ‘Deep Mind’ on the 3rd December 2020
Thanks also to Professor Andrew Jackson, professor of neural interfaces and co-PI of the CANDO project and Dr Semande Ayihongbe, lecturer in law at Newcastle University who made it a lively and fascinating insight into the future of medical technology.
We will do all we can to restage the piece when it is safe to do so but are delighted that we can now make a 30 minute film of Deep Mind available to schools, colleges and other institutions. There will be educational resources available free of charge thanks to the generosity of the Wellcome Foundation and the Catherine Cookson Trust.
We would like to thank Ali and all of the team at Alphabetti Theatre as well as Lucy Jenkins and Ushaw College and our Board for their understanding and support. These are challenging times and we will do all we can to support efforts to keep people safe and well.
Alex Elliott – Artistic Director
Carol Clewlow – Producer
What a Piece of Work was commissioned by the CANDO project to mark the opening of the Illuminating the Self exhibition at the Hatton Gallery which features the work of Andrew Carnie and Susan Aldworth. Andrew very kindly agreed to us using his images for our piece.
Welcome to Operating Theatre. We provide bespoke theatrical experiences that can transform the way people think about health and well being. We have nearly twenty years of experience of responding to commissions and creating original and authentic drama for live performance as well as on film.
We deliver plays, monologues, theatre based workshops, training films and educational events. We have worked with all sorts of organisations and healthcare professionals and know that what we do helps to make a difference. Our Script Service page is a good place to go for more information
Contact us to discuss your project, in confidence, and we will be happy to use our experience to craft a proposal that best suits your needs. We believe health and well being concerns us all and better health comes through collaboration. Let’s get started.