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Drama on 3: A Disappearing Number

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Conceived and directed by Simon McBurney.
An award-winning Complicite theatre company production exploring mathematics and the nature of creativity, inspired by the true story of the collaboration between two of the 20th century's most remarkable pure mathematicians -
Srinivasa Ramanujan , a poor Brahmin from south India, and Cambridge Professor GH Hardy. Performed by David Annen , Firdous Bamji , Paul Bhattacharjee , Divya Kasturi , Chetna Pandya , Saskia Reeves and Shane Shambhu. With Mick Barnfather , Tamzin Griffin , Tim McMullan and Clive Mendus. Original music by Nitin Sawhney. Producer Catherine Bailey

Contributors

Directed By: Simon McBurney.
Unknown: Srinivasa Ramanujan
Unknown: David Annen
Unknown: Firdous Bamji
Unknown: Paul Bhattacharjee
Unknown: Divya Kasturi
Unknown: Chetna Pandya
Unknown: Saskia Reeves
Unknown: Shane Shambhu.
Unknown: Mick Barnfather
Unknown: Tamzin Griffin
Unknown: Tim McMullan
Unknown: Clive Mendus.
Music By: Nitin Sawhney.
Producer: Catherine Bailey

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Drama on 3: A Disappearing Number

BBC Radio 3, 21 September 2008 20.00






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