"The pants pocket is a phone"

Accompanied by a Master Pianist and a Doctor of Technology, Professor Farenheit invites you on a sonic journey to learn about technology, recycling and above all, that everyone should listen to people in a critical spirit because the world is full of liars. On 25 and 26 July, at the MiniGrec.

Is this a science lecture? Not even the central character, Professor Fahrenheit, is sure. He just wants you to buy him a book.

Yes, this eccentric professor really does appear to be a confidence trickster, but listen to him carefully, because he will at least show you the evocative power of sounds. Using only our hearing, we will enter a gym, mingle with a crowd or travel through outer space.

Professor Isaac Farenheim knows that the universe is full of aliens who are dying to communicate with us. Not only that, but he knows how to do it! Are you sure you don’t want to buy him a book? 

The play "The pants pocket is a phone" is part of MiniGrec, the child and family program of the Grec Festival.

Further information: FESTIVAL GREC 2015

 

Publication date: Thursday, 16 July 2015
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