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Darwin and the Greeks

Worms, bumble bees, orchids - while working in his garden, Theo is reminded of some of the everyday living things that inspired Charles Darwin. His reflections on the Greek philosophers who previewed some of the great man's ideas lead Theo finally to confront a discomforting truth about his own life. A rehearsed reading of a performance piece by classicist and playwright Sue Blundell.


Classicist/Playwright Sue Blundell | talks


Date and Time:

6 November 2009 at 6:30 pm


1 hour



British Museum
Great Russell Street

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