Trials of Galileo at Perth Concert Hall – 10th & 11th March 2016
March 1, 2016 by Perthshire Creates
Perth Concert Hall are delighted to present RSC actor Tim Hardy in his highly acclaimed production The Trials of Galileo, written by Emmy Award-winner Nic Young, in Perth Concert Hall’s Norie-Miller Studio on Thursday 10 and Friday 11 March.
Anyone with an interest in science and history will appreciate this story based on the events surrounding Galileo’s trial for heresy in 1633, in a time where the church felt threatened by new discoveries that went against their teaching. Called upon to deny his assertion that the Earth revolved around the Sun, Galileo’s failure to grasp the politics at play ultimately led to his downfall.
Witty, chilling and passionate, this is a perfect study of the professional, personal and emotional turmoil anyone subject to an oppressive regime can face.
This production of The Trials of Galileo is by the Icarus Theatre Collective, and will be at the Perth Concert Hall on:
Thu 10 March + Fri 11 March 2016
Perth Concert Hall
£12.50; concessions £10.50
(inc £1.50 booking fee per ticket)
Tickets can be booked on the Perth Concert Hall website or by calling the Box Office on 01738 621031.
Born in Rome, Tim Hardy was educated at St. Paul’s School, London. Early on he played the title role in Comus by John Milton before Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh leading to him winning a place at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) with a scholarship.
Television credits include the title role in Galileo and Arthur Taylor in Oscar Wilde opposite Sir Michael Gambon for the BBC, Jesus in Son of Man, John Rampayne in The Trial of Sir John Rampayne opposite Sir Ian McKellen, The Doctor in The Wife of Bath opposite Julie Walters, David Manners in Eastenders, leading roles in Midsomer Murders, Rabbi in Casualty 1909, and Ross in Macbeth. Film credits include Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, The Duelist, Nothing but the Best, and Marat\Sade.