The Inventor of All Things

Arts & Culture

London, 1933. Leo Szilard is a Jewish Hungarian physicist on the run from the Nazis when he is the first to have the scariest idea any human being has ever had: the Atomic Bomb. But the home of physics is Berlin, now the capital of the Third Reich.

Jem Rolls' critically acclaimed and unexpectedly funny play The Inventor of All Things is the unbelievably true story of what happened next. Discover one of the most brilliant historical figures of the 20th century that no one has ever heard of.

‘a solo show that's part history lesson, part biography and completely engrossing’ (★★★★★ CBC News)

‘A potent brew of humour, lyricism and social comment... A frighteningly adept verbal tongue-twister … Raucously appreciated’ (The Evening Standard)

'Dynamic, captivating, a rousing success' (The Scotsman)

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