The Nature of Five
Friday 3 February 7pm - 8.30pm
with Patrick Dixon*
We can be undivided in our appreciation of the multiple ways in which numbers count in our lives; and there should be zero tolerance for anything that subtracts a positive attitude and adds only negative solutions to the problems of existence that we are trying to solve. Each number is unique and looks like a finite stone, but is in truth an infinite seed that hides the name of that which cannot be measured. On the plus side, numbers can be a source of awe and wonder. On the minus side, they may seem to indicate only quantity without quality. For everyday purposes, they are essential to prevent us from being completely nonplussed, by all the complex, irrational, imaginary or even rational things our minds have to deal with. Nature, subnature, and supernature, live, die and are resurrected within the eternal mystery of Number.
Patrick Dixon trained at RADA and is an actor, writer, poet and performer. He lives in London and gives frequent lectures, seminars and one man shows.
*Peter Gruenewald has swapt dates with Patrick Dixon's Friday talk. Peter gave his talk on 20th January.
All welcome, no need to book, no charge.
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