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Entropics #15

02 April 2020

6–8.30pm | Free Entry


Following the UK Government’s move yesterday from “contain” to “delay” phase in its handling of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, John Hansard Gallery regrets to announce that this event has been postponed. Please see our social media channels for future updates and the latest information.

We are delighted to host Nisha Ramayya at John Hansard Gallery as poet in residence for Many voices, all of them loved. On Thursday, April 2, Nisha Ramayya will lead participants from the Disruptions Writing Workshops in a special, collaborative performance for Entropics #15. Together, Ramayya and the Disruptions group will perform texts devised in response to the themes animating Many voices, all of them loved, and the Interruptions workshops.
All Entropics events are free and everyone is welcome. Doors open 6.30pm for performances at 7pm.
British Sign Language Interpreters and a Palantypist (Speech-to-Text) will be present at this event.
Interruptions/Disruptions is co-organised by Dr Eleanor K. Jones, Dr Priti Mishra and Dr Sarah Hayden and funded by the Public Engagement with Research Unit at the University of Southampton.

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