What happens when love doesn’t add up? Love and chaos collide in a funny and tender new play about the risks we take for love.
Mathematics Of The Heart is at The Marlborough Theatre, 4 Princes Street, Brighton until May 30 at 9pm. Tickets £8.50, concessions £6.50 on 01273709709.
Paul MacMillan is a Doctor of Chaos Theory. Specialist subject: storm patterns. But with his itinerant musician brother living on his sofa and his girlfriend Emma pushing for a new future, prediction is proving increasingly difficult. The arrival of a PhD student, Zainab, catapults Paul’s world into real chaos and unleashes events that no one could ever have foreseen.
Mathematics Of The Heart brings together award-winning playwright Kefi Chadwick and director Donnacadh O’Briain. This is their first Brighton Festival Fringe production.
To enable her to write this play, Kefi researched Chaos Theory w and learnt how to build boats. The play was developed with Mick Gordon at Soho Theatre and as part of Brighton Festival Artists’ development programme.