THE EARL, THE BISHOP AND THE SPRINGTIME OF SCIENCE
Earl’s Palace, Kirkwall
Find out about an Orkney Earl’s marriage proposal, an Orkney bishop’s book dedication, and a mathematician in the family – and how these are all connected to a web of political and religious conflict out of which modern science developed. With Howie Firth’s narrative, Ragnhild Ljosland’s production, and music of the time by Kate Fletcher and Corwen Broch.
Wear warm clothes as there’s no roof, no seating, and no heating – but plenty of atmosphere! Come to the Orkney Club afterwards for questions or discussion or just to have a drink and chat.
With the kind support of Historic Environment Scotland
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