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The challenging play ‘Copenhagen’ at the Citizens Theatre tells of two nuclear physicists on opposite sides during the Second World War. The historical drama tells a very human story of individuals caught up in the development of the atomic bomb. It centers on a fictional meeting between Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg in Copenhagen in 1941. Did Heisenberg go there to let Bohr know the Germans had an atomic bomb programme? Or was he trying to find out if the allies had one? Was his mission to persuade researchers on both sides to stop work on the bomb? Or was he simply there to parade his new power to his mentor?
Written by Michael Frayn, the dramatic encounter is presented by Mull Theatre. It runs from Tuesday 8 October to Saturday 12 October and is one of the Citizens Theatre Visiting Company Season productions.
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