Burn: This is the story of Birdman. Fifteen years old, no family, no friends - a loner with nothing to lose. One lazy afternoon, down on the riverbank, the friends he never had narrate the story of his dramatic last day. First performed at the National Theatre as part of the NT Shell Connections programme, this powerful and inspiring play is a unique portrait of teenage life, drawn with startling and refreshing honesty.
Rosalind: Esther thinks science is fantastic but her brother Joe is unconvinced. Then Rosalind appears and they find themselves in the middle of an extraordinary experiment - the experiment of her life.
Rosalind: A Question of Life tells the story of a passionate scientist who helped to discover the structure of DNA only to be written out of the history books. A theatrical exploration of ambition and regret.
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AARON ADRIAN MITCHELL Aldous Huxley base pairs Beat beginning BIRDMAN turns Birkbeck College Birmingham Repertory Theatre boxes boy from round bundle of cells cloning human COLIN coming common room Crick crystal DOCTOR door Dunno experiment fish fridge girl goes going Gosling hang happened head hear helix Holy Moses human experimentation jacket Joey lab-coat laughs leave look MARIE Maurice Wilkins mean missed move never NIALL nice okay park Pause Photo 51 photograph playing prize problem questions Quiz kid QUIZMASTER RACHEL river Rosalind Franklin scared scientist shoes shrugs shut SITA sitting listening SOCIAL WORKER someone sorry Stage Manager stay Stonebridge story sugar-phosphate backbone Take it back talk tell There's a knock things thought tonight waiting walking WATSON What's Who's X-ray room Yeah zap zap