Play wins Italian prize

January 3, 2003

John Barrow, professor in the University of Cambridge's department of applied mathematics and theoretical physics, has won Italy's equivalent of the Olivier theatre prize for his play Infinities , which was performed at La Scala, Milan, in March 2002. It won the 2002 Premi Ubu for best show in the Italian Theatre Awards. Professor Barrow wrote the play under a scheme supported by an Italian charity that funds work intended to explain science to the public.

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